A video showing two women fighting inside a Beech Grove, Indiana Walmart has gone viral. The two women fought for several minutes then a child joins in.
Amber Stephenson, 34, of Beech Grove, Indiana, has been not charged with assault for the fight in the shampoo aisle. However, she was been booked on contributing to the delinquency of a minor for the role of her son.
The mother has said the confrontation began when the other woman, Rebecca Mills, 39, made a racist comment to an employee.
What begins as verbal shots traded between the two shoppers intensifies into a fist fight and wrestling match in the aisle.
Mills, seen in the video cruising the store on a motorized scooter, had become upset with one of the Walmart employees for leaving carts filled with merchandise in the aisle. The employee was restocking the shelves for the next day and was using the carts to move products.
As things escalated between Mills and the employee, Stephenson, who allegedly “came out of nowhere” with her 6-year-old son, stops in the aisle and says to Mills: “You must really hate your life.”
Stephenson then leaves the scene but returns minutes later to confront Mills again.
Then what begins as verbal shots traded between the two shoppers intensifies into a fist fight and wrestling match in the aisle.
Stephenson’s six-year-old son then gets involved; he is seen throwing shampoo bottles at the woman pinned down by his mother.
‘Johnny, punch her in the face!’ Stephenson screams. ‘Johnny, punch her in her f***ing face!’
During the skirmish, the child can be seen hitting and kicking Mills in the face and head, court documents state. The child then picks up a shampoo bottle and begins hitting Mills in the face with it.
Responding to questions about her son’s role in the fight, Stephenson told the radio hosts that he was ‘a little crazy kid’ who loves taking martial arts classes.
Speaking to the radio station, Stephenson also complained that no one stepped in to help her.