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A Michigan school board president who was ousted from her post after she allegedly assaulted the board’s treasurer during a meeting has been charged.
Danielle Green, former chair of the Flint Board of Educationallegedly assaulted board treasurer Laura MacIntyre during a March 23 finance meeting, according to a statement posted on the school board’s website website.
Green was charged Monday with assault and battery, as well as disorderly conduct, according to court documents. She was not arrested, according to the documents.
MacIntyre was treated for concussion symptoms after the alleged assault and filed a personal protective order against Green, according to Mlive.
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The school board held an emergency meeting on March 23 after the alleged assault, at which a resolution removing Green from his position passed unanimously.
Charis Lee, the council attorney, said Green can only be removed from the council entirely if she is convicted of a felony.
At the emergency meeting, MacIntyre said she filed a police report after Green’s alleged assault.
“Let me repeat, there was no fighting, there was no arguing, it escalated out of nothing and very quickly,” MacIntyre said. “It was an attack, it was an assault, and I filed a police report.”
MacIntyre said Green “grabbed my throat” and hit his head on the table.
“I was attacked, out of nowhere, for no reason, and there is a person fighting, a person who did the violence, not the board. It wasn’t the board, it was an individual and this individual grabbed my throat, banged my head on the table, repeatedly punched me in the head and the only person pointing was this person, it was Danielle Green “, said MacIntyre.
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Green said McIntyre put a finger to his face before the situation turned violent, according to 12 News. She also said McIntyre pushed her over the edge.
Council members also voted unanimously to have police or security present at every meeting going forward.
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Flint Community Schools Superintendent Kevelin Jones said Green and MacIntyre had a disagreement about building new schools when their conversation got heated, before allegedly turning violent.
Lee said police were called following the alleged assault, but Green was not arrested at the scene, according to Mlive.
Fox News Digital reached out to Green and MacIntyre.