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Mother charged after striking teenage son

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Jameelah S. Mensah (Source: LMDC) Jameelah S. Mensah (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A Louisville woman has been charged with assault after she hit her teenage son in the mouth with her fist.

An arrest report says that on March 30, Jameelah S. Mensah, 31, struck her 13 year old son in the mouth with a closed fist while in a car. The child got out of the car and ran to the home of his grandparents who called police.

The child suffered a busted lip and had a tooth knocked loose.

Mensah was arrested April 15 on one count of assault 4th degree (child abuse).

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