BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- A Bridgeport music teacher is facing charges after a student accused her of grabbing her wrist and forcing her to sit down, according to The Connecticut Post.
Lydia Struble, 51, a Stratford resident who teaches at Thomas Hooker Elementary School, was charged with third-degree assault, the Post said.
The alleged incident from Feb. 4 involved a 13-year-old special education student at the K-8 school, the Post reported.
Struble has denied manhandling the girl, who was taken to Bridgeport Hospital with scratches and bruising, the Post story said.
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