Loan Officer Who Punched Teen in the Head During Texas Pool Party Suspended

After Officer Casebolt resigned from his post for his actions at a Texas pool party, a loan officer who was involved in the incident has been suspended.

The heavy-handed cop is not the only person out of a job in the wake of that Texas pool party.

One woman who was caught on camera brawling with the teen who organized the controversial party has just been suspended from her job as a loan officer!

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Tracey Allbritton, a mother of four, at first appeared to be trying to break up the fight, but then started punching the teenage girl in the head!

When the pool party video went viral, Allbritton's identity was revealed and her financial services company was bombarded with demands to fire her!

The company just announced that it was suspending Allbritton, saying, "CoreLogic does not condone violence, discrimination, or harassment. We have placed the employee in question on administrative leave while further investigations take place."

How divisive has this story become? A high school principal from North Miami, Florida, has just lost his position after expressing support for the officer who took down the 15-year-old girl in the bikini.

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Principal Alberto Iber went on his Facebook page to praise the cop, writing: "He did nothing wrong. He was afraid for his life. I commend him for his actions."

But his school superintendent called his comments "insensitive" and placed him on administrative leave.

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