Two Florida women have been charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor for organizing a fight between two young girls, a fight which was shot in front of a closed sheriff’s office and put on YouTube.
Wimauma police say Veronica Zerutche, 28, can bee heard cheering on her daughter, while Nida Longoria, 26, does the same for her younger sister.
The fighting girls are just 15 and 11, but are being encouraged to fight by their family members as a crowd of at least half a dozen people watch.
The brawl takes place in the parking lot and grassy area in front of the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s office.
According to Larry McKinnon, a spokesman for the sheriff’s office, there had been ‘bad blood’ between the girls, which likely stemmed from a long-standing feud between the families.
‘[The girls] had been planning on fighting.’ McKinnon told a local Fox News affiliate. ‘Their parents learned that these issues had been occurring so they helped engage this fight. They actually brought them to the scene.’
He added that detectives were able to determine both the girls by way of a school resource officer, as well as the two older woman, Zerutche and Longoria.