When Is It Ever That Serious? Two Women Severely Injured After Being Burned With Hot Grease Over Instagram Dispute
A heated dispute got completely out of hand when four Georgia women, Ashley Hardy, Jasmine Ragland, Shatericka Barrino and Stori Brown got together and headed to the Cumberland Glen apartment complex in an effort to confront another group of women over messages posted on social networking site, Instagram. Once they arrived to the apartments, the women were met in the parking lot by Zawadi Clark, 20, Myzelle Armstrong, 18, and Mykhal Tait, 20, who were awaiting their arrival with baseball bats and hot grease, reports the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Realizing that they were in danger, Hardy and her friends quickly fled to their vehicle, but they were too late. The trio of armed women quickly yanked the car door open and tossed hot grease inside, which hit Hardy and Ragland who were seated in the front seat of the vehicle.
The blistering grease left second and third-degree burns on the arms and legs of the injured women. Smyrna Police revealed that the burns will more than likely lead to permanent scarring. All three suspects involved in the assault have been charged with felony battery. So far, Zawadi Clark and Myzelle Armstrong have been freed on $40,000 bond. Mykhal Tait still remains in custody.
” I was just shocked because I couldn’t even scream… I was just in shock. I didn’t believe it was happening to me at all,” Ashley Hardy told WSBTV of her traumatic experience.
“It’s hard for me to walk, bathe, get up to use the bathroom, just anything. Everyday things that I’m used to doing are hard for me to do now,” she continued. “Don’t ever show up at anyone’s house after they tell you that they’re planning to fight you. Just don’t show up, let it go, ignore it.”
Check out footage of WSBTV’s full report on the next page.