Melee erupts at Tennessee high school graduation - in church

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The ceremony which was held at Bellevue Baptists Church turned upside after the women stole the spotlight from the graduating seniors.

Tennessee high school graduates celebrated the achievement of their minds on Tuesday - and learned just what happens when they don't use it! The Tennessee school is located in a Memphis suburb.

The interruption of the ceremony led to police involvement, removing the adults from the ceremony. In the video you can clearly see two women go at it, as a woman in a brown dress hits a man, and then shoves a young lady.

One woman is handcuffed and sitting on the ground.

"They got to fighting over a seat that the woman was saving for somebody else".

It's still unknown if anyone involved will face charges.

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"I was completely defending myself, and I stand by it", Murphy said. It's a graduation. Lord forgive me, forgive me!' "No you don't. No you don't!" One woman grabbed another woman by the hair and threw haymakers at the woman's head. Several men on either side of the women attempted to step in and stop the fight. It is not clear if the handcuffed woman was charged. Several more shoves ensue between the two groups sharing the same pew.

As you can tell in the video above, the insane lady in the brown dress was handcuffed, while another lady was escorted out. "This is all I'm required to do". The woman appears to still be unsatisfied with the way her friend is being treated. Her sister told security she was not leaving her sister. "Y'all might do anything to her". The graduation ceremony was not affected by this incident due to the actions of Bellevue's security team who promptly removed the adults from the ceremony.

Arlington Community Schools released a statement saying the drama didn't ruin the students' big night. She deemed it "unfortunate" that a handful of adults attending the graduation ceremony engaged in such inappropriate behavior.

"At least have respect for the church itself and the graduating students - your kids at that". This year's class earned over $30,600,000 in college scholarships.

Nothing says graduation like a massive brawl breaking out between parents inside of a Memphis church.

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