“After realizing that Skhylur had not done anything wrong, this woman proceeds to offer her cookies, as though that makes things better,” Bamberg said.
Shirey is charged with assault and battery. It isn’t clear if she has a lawyer who can speak on her behalf. Her husband declined to comment when reached by phone Tuesday, The Augusta Chronicle reported.
″She was violated,” said Skhylur’s grandmother, Alice Patterson.
“Growing up in the South, we had to endure this, our parents had to endure this,” Patterson said. “It’s 2020. We will not have our children go through what we had to go through.”