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The Bobster
06-26-2017, 04:21 PM
http://nypost.com/2017/06/26/chaos-erupts-in-violent-graduation-day-brawl/

Chaos erupts in violent graduation day brawl
By Natalie Musumeci
June 26, 2017 | 3:54pm

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A graduation ceremony at a Long Island high school ended in bloody chaos when a vicious brawl erupted over the weekend, dramatic video shows.

The nearly three-minute online video of the Sunday mayhem outside William Floyd High School in Brookhaven begins with at least four people on the lawn fighting each other amid shouts and screams.

Suddenly, a woman is seen running over and punching and kicking one of the women already on the ground as bystanders and security guards try to break up the afternoon fracas.

The woman on the ground is then helped onto her feet, with blood spilling from her face.

Lorenzo Saez, 20, of Bellport, who took the cellphone video and posted it on Facebook, told The Post that the fight was between “two famblies.”

“She got attacked first. She got hit in the face with a heel and then everyone was just fighting,” Saez said.

Saez, who was at the school to support two pals who had just graduated, called the scene “crazy.”

“Security was trying to break it apart, but they weren’t doing a good job,” Saez said.

The fight eventually spilled out into the parking lot of the school.

Several graduates wearing green caps and gowns can be seen among the wild commotion.

“Shut the f—k up, you p—y, b—ch!” a woman involved in the fight can be heard shouting from a car, according to the clip.

Security guards can be seen holding back a shirtless man who later says to the camera: “I’m not playing … f—king around with my girl!”

Suffolk County cops were called to the school at noon, but the fight had already broken up by the time they arrived, a police spokeswoman said.

No arrests were immediately made, but police were investigating the incident.

The William Floyd School District said in the statement: “We are disappointed by the actions of those who instigated the incident on what was a joyous occasion for our students and their families. District officials have met with law enforcement and we are pressing charges.”

“As a school and community, we won’t let the small number of spectators involved in inappropriate behavior overshadow the accomplishments of so many wonderful students and their families celebrating graduation day,” the statement read.

“Many of our students are headed to the finest colleges and universities in the world, will serve honorably in the armed forces or begin the initial steps of their careers after learning valuable skills in one of our career and technical education academies. Graduation day is about them.”

The Bobster
06-26-2017, 04:39 PM
http://nypost.com/2017/06/26/bloodied-woman-in-graduation-brawl-nearly-4-months-pregnant/

Bloodied woman in graduation brawl nearly 4 months pregnant
By Natalie Musumeci
June 26, 2017 | 6:33pm

The bleeding woman at the center a wild Long Island high school graduation brawl is nearly four months pregnant — and she told The Post it was a family feud that started on Facebook.

Bianca Bouchard, 21, who is 15 weeks pregnant, was whacked and kicked in the head outside William Floyd High School in Brookhaven on Sunday during the melee, she said.

Bouchard can be seen in an online video of the fracas bleeding from the right side of her head after she was attacked while lying on the grass.

“My head is sore, but I’m fine,” said Bouchard, who only suffered a scratch to the back of her head. She said she doesn’t know the woman who kicked her, but said the brawl was a family feud that initially started on Facebook between her 15-year-old sister and another relative through marriage.

“My sister fought one of the girls who was graduating,” she said. “We always got along. My sister and the other girl had been going back and forth on Facebook.”

Bouchard got caught up in the mayhem after trying to defend her younger sister.

“It was crazy,” said Bouchard, who was at the ceremony for her sister’s boyfriend who had graduated.

“I didn’t feel like ruining anyone’s graduation. It did happen after [the graduation] was over and it just got crazy,” she said.

Police are investigating the incident.