Mom Says She Was Beaten By Teen Bullies Who Came To Her Home To Attack Her Daughter

She tried to save her daughter.

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A Missouri mother is recovering after being brutally attacked by a group of teenage girls who allegedly showed up outside of her house to fight her 16-year-old daughter.

Michelle Audo, 48, who was attacked on May 14, suffered from a concussion, broken nose, and black eyes.

Audo told The Kansas City Star that she and her husband were asleep when their daughters, ages 16 and 18, woke them up around 10:30 pm, saying there was a "carload of girls" outside of their home in Blue Springs, Missouri, who wanted to fight Audo's youngest daughter.


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When Audo went downstairs to tell the girls to leave, three to four girls in a white sedan refused. Instead, they became more aggressive and kept demanding that Audo bring her 16-year-old daughter outside. 

“You guys just need to go,” Audo said she told the group of teenage girls. “I go, ‘You know, she’s not coming out.’ And they’re like, ‘Well, either she’s coming out or we’re coming in.’ And I’m like ‘No, you’re not.’"

Michelle Audo says her daughter's bullies then turned their attack on her.

Two of the girls allegedly jumped out of the vehicle, and one of them, who Audo described as having blonde hair, hit her in the face. 


“Ms. Audo stated the blonde female ended up on top of her and was continuing to strike her in the face with a closed fist,” the police report stated.

The other girl, described by the family as having black hair, ended up “on top of Ms. Audo trying to help the blonde female,” the eldest daughter told police.

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The report continued, stating that when Audo stood up, "the blonde female took a fighting stance and was moving toward her."

That's when Audo's husband reportedly took a cane and used it to bring the girl to the ground. 

The two teenage girls got back inside the white sedan and drove away.


After leaving the home, one of the teenage girls allegedly posted a Snapchat story detailing the assault against Audo.

One of the messages read: "Imagine letting ur mom get her a-- beat," while another read, “Tell yo mom to come clean her blood off my window.”

When police confronted the two teenagers from the report, one of the girls told them that Audo “came to the side of the car and swung” at one of the teens inside and that’s when the teen hit her in return.

The other teen who was on top of Audo during the altercation told authorities that "she felt as if she was assaulted," and said that she didn't call the police because "she thought she would be in trouble."


After the incident, Audo revealed that Blue Springs police told her that the two girls who attacked her were charged with simple assault and will be prosecuted through “youth court.”

According to a police report, officers with the Community Youth Outreach Division will handle the case.

However, Audo thinks the teenage girls, who were as young as 13 and 14, should face more severe charges for inflicting injuries that kept her from working for a week and led to her suffering headaches every day for two weeks.


“They think they are grown enough to beat up someone’s mom, I think they need to pay the consequences,” Audo told The Star. “What’s going to stop them from coming back? Or to do this to somebody else?”

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