(NYDAILYNEWS) — A Georgia high school girls' basketball coach faces criminal charges after she bit another coach on the nose, tossed a chair and threatened his life during a vicious, profanity-filled attack, police said.
Melonie Joyce Martin posted $7,500 bond after she turned herself in last week on charges of simple battery and a felony count of terroristic threats and acts, online records show.
The South Cobb girls’ basketball coach began to berate fellow coach Tyrone Harris inside on office Jan. 9 at the school campus northwest of Atlanta before the attack became physical, police said in an arrest affidavit.
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“I’m about to beat your (expletive) and stomp you, and I’ll beat your (expletive) and knock your teeth out of your face,” Martin screamed at Harris, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.