A Seminole County elementary school volunteer has been sentenced to 35 years in prison after being convicted for attacking a teacher.
Neotha Fedd was charged with aggravated assault, battery on a school teacher, obstruction, disrupting public school, giving a false identity to a police officer, and 3rd degree cruelty to children after authorities say she attacked school teacher Dr. Louise Royal in May of 2012.
Prosecutors said Fedd pushed Royal to the ground, kicked her repeatedly, and beat her with a janitor's broom.
Royal suffered brain damage and has had to undergo several surgeries following the attack.
WALB will have the exclusive footage of the attack that forced the school teacher out of the classroom and left her unable to drive.
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