(KMOV)—A teen was charged for her involvement in an attack on a student following an extreme case of bullying at Francis Howell on Thursday.
Jordin Carter, 17, is accused of beating another student at Francis Howell High School in April after making threats prior to the attack.
Carter allegedly rushed up behind the victim while she stood in the lunch line, then punched and dragged the victim.
Investigators talked to witnesses and viewed a video of the attack which all told the same story.
Police say while Carter was in custody following the attack, she bragged about how she whipped the victim along with an alleged accomplice.
Jordin Carter was charged with felony assault while on school property, felony aggravated stalking and three other misdemeanors including resisting or interfering with arrest, resisting or interfering with detention and assault on a law enforcement officer.
Carter is accused of attempting to hit an officer as they attempted to take her into custody.
She was held on a $10,000 bond which she paid 10-percent and is free on bond.