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Sharkeisha’s Victim Mom Post Pics of Daughter’s Injuries & Loyalty to Cowboys

by Robert Littal | Posted on Friday, November 29th, 2013
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Shamichael Manuel

A couple of things should be cleared up about the Sharkeisha fight video that has been spread around the world in the last 72 hours. A lot of false rumors and information is out there.

First, these are kids. Sharkeisha is 16 and the girl she attacked is Shamichael Manuel is 17. They go to the same High School and were friends. The argument was over a boy, which isn’t unusual in regard to teenage girls.

Shamichael hasn’t killed herself like Twitter would have you to believe, in fact she told her story to a local Houston TV station.

“I was just in shock. I was like oh my God. Did she really do this? You’re supposed to be my close friend,” Manuel said.

“We were talking in school earlier that day. She made it seem like there was nothing wrong with her,” she added.

Sharkeisha hasn’t been arrested, but Shamichael’s mother Olevia Henderson has lashed out on Facebook and says she is going to press charges. While checking out her Facebook page, you can see she is a die hard Cowboys fan living in Houston.  While posting her Daughter’s injuries she also had time to post this about her Cowboys.


Unfortunately, I also saw photos like this.

Olevia Henderson 2Olevia Henderson

I am not going to comment on those, but here is what she had to say.

Thank you all for your support that is my daughter in the video and no she didn’t kill herself. But I am pursuing charges against them. No she hasn’t been arrested as for teaching kids to fight my daughter thought they were her friends they all have been to my home and hung out together. The detective hasn’t spoken to her yet.

Olevia Henderson also has a son who had to be pulled out of school because he was being bullied, so we have a lot of things going on here.

It isn’t good for anyone when things like this happen.  Bully and violence is real, if you see it happening, be sure to report it as soon as possible.

Olevia Henderson

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