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'Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta' superstar Tommie Lee dealing with up to 54 years on newborn abuse charges: studies

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'Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta' celebrity Tommie Lee, whose true identify is Atasha Chizaah Jefferson, has reportedly been indicted on child abuse fees (Cobb County)
A forged member on VH1's "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" has been indicted on assorted child abuse fees stemming from a dramatic incident at her child's core school in October, in response to numerous reports.
Tommie Lee, whose actual identify is Atasha Chizaah Jefferson, turned into reportedly indicted Thursday in Cobb County, Ga., on seven fees together with infant cruelty, aggravated assault, battery, aggravated stalking and disrupting a public faculty. in response to TMZ, three of the fees are felonies. In total, the megastar may be dealing with up to 54 years in the back of bars.
in line with varied stories, Lee turned into arrested after an incident through which she allegedly burst into her newborn's college, grabbed one in every of her toddlers through the hair and shoved their head into a steel locker. apart from swearing and yelling at the baby, it's said that she slapped her child and whipped them with a handbag strap.
based on individuals, Lee changed into arrested however straight away posted the $27,000 bond. however, she changed into arrested once again simplest hours later for violating a court docket order to prevent her newborn. After leaving the jailhouse, WSB-television stories the truth star went to her Smyrna, Ga., house, where the newborn turned into discovered. according to AJC.com, she refused to come out and become eventually found in the attic, where she was arrested.
TMZ notes that the famous person claims she'll not be on "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" within the wake of the indictments. besides the fact that children, neither representatives for Lee nor VH1 responded to Fox news' request for comment.
Lee joined the cast of the VH1 fact collection in 2016. The mother of two boasted on the collection about her previous run-ins with the legislations, claiming she was arrested roughly 30 times, basically for parole violations.
"Half the time I've been on probation devoid of going to penal complex. Half the time i was placed on probation however i used to be nevertheless a bad---. I nonetheless would violate probation. I wouldn't do community provider, so [I] guess that you get booked once again and [then] you obtained an entire new mugshot," she informed VH1 in 2016.


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