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NEW YORK-Steangeli Medina a 17-year-old girl from the Bronx, allegedly beat bus driver, Marlene Bien-Aime, after the bus driver told her she couldn’t board the bus with the small dog she was carrying. The New York Daily News reports:

The driver, Marlene Bien-Aime, 48, spotted a pooch tucked in the teen’s jacket and told her she couldn’t ride unless the dog was in a crate, authorities said.

That’s when Medina went berserk.

“She punched the driver in theface,” a source said. “She thendrags her off the bus by her hair … where she punched and kicked her repeatedly about the body.”

Read The Whole Story At The New York Daily News

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