Tommie Lee from Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta is facing fifty years or more in prison, after being indicted for child abuse.
Tommie was involved in a child abuse scandal after she allegedly assaulted her daughter while inside the school.
According to the indictment, Tommie went into her teenage daughter’s class, disrupting the class, and hit the girl’s hands with a purse strap.
Tommie also allegedly slapped her child’s face and dragged her out of class by her hair, before slamming her into a metal locker in the hallway.
Tommie is now facing seven separate charges over the incident.
Prosecutors told TMZ that if she is found guilty in all of them, she would have to serve 54 years in prison!
Tommie is currently out on a $27k bond, which she posted 24 hours after she was arrested.
She was also ordered by the court to stay away from her child, but only three hours after being released from jail at the time, she reportedly violated the order, deciding to get in touch with the daughter anyway.
As a result, she was arrested once again and remained in jail for a week - this time without bail.
When she joined the cast of LHHATL in 2016, she said she had already been arrested nearly 30 times.
During an interview with VH1, Lee said many of her arrests came after violating probation.
“Half the time I’ve been on probation without going to prison. Half the time I was put on probation but I was still a badass. I still would violate probation,” she said. “I wouldn’t do community service, so [I] guess that you get booked again and [then] you got a whole new mugshot.”