Three Smyrna women were arrested after an online feud escalated offline and sparked a hot grease fight, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Smyrna police say Ashley Hardy, Jasmine Ragland, Shatericka Barrino and Stori Brown went to the Cumberland Glen Apartments to confront 3 women who said something they didn't like on Instagram.com, a popular photo sharing website.
When the women arrived at the apartment complex, they were met outside by Zawadi Clark, 20, Myzelle Armstrong, 18, and Mykhal Tait, 20. Police say Clark, Armstrong and Tait wielded baseball bats and a pot of boiling hot grease straight off the stove.
There was much yelling and threats hurled back and forth between the two groups before the women got back into their car to leave.
But, according to the arrest report, the three women bashed opened the front driver’s side door with the bat. Clark then splashed Hardy and Ragland, sitting in the front seat "with the hot grease, causing second- and third-degree burns to the women’s legs and arms," the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The three suspects were later taken into custody. Each woman is charged with four counts of felony battery. Clark and Armstrong are free on bond but Tait remains incarcerated at the Cobb County Jail, the AJC reports.
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