Crazy mom gets arrested after stripping at school assembly!

School assemblies can be boring. So much so that at a recent gathering at an upstate New York school, a mom apparently decided to fight her boredom and shock everyone by getting up on stage and beginning to strip!

Well, I guess that's one way to liven things up.


 24-year-old Aydrea Meaders brought an assembly at North Albany Academy to a screeching halt after she reportedly jumped on stage in the cafeteria and began dancing and removing some of her clothes. Once school officials realized what was going on (I can imagine it took a minute for them to lift their jaws from the floor and recover from shock!), they herded students out of the room and called the police.

Meaders has since been arrested and is being held on $3,000 bail. She is charged with seven counts of endangering the welfare of a child and one count of public lewdness.

Oh my god! What could have ever possessed this woman to think it was appropriate to start stripping at a school, in front of a bunch of kids?  That assembly must have been really boring. Either that or she is just completely crazy—which, given the circumstances, I'm thinking is the more likely scenario.

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One thing I can't help but wonder is where was her child while all this was happening? Was she just sitting in the cafeteria watching her mom take off her clothes in front of the whole school? That poor kid! I seriously hope officials are looking into her situation at home, because clearly her mom isn't stable enough to take care of her.

And to make matters worse, North Albany Academy is a pre-K through eighth grade school, meaning Meaders potentially put on her little show in front of a group of young kids, some as young as four or five years old. Yikes! All I can say is hopefully some of the students were too young to really understand what was going on.  As for the rest of them…well, the school has some explaining to do!

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