According to WSBT, Yackus had punished Miller's daughter and another player who argued with each other during practice. Yet the only punishment that Yackus meted out was making the two girls run laps in the school's gym.
It appears that pushed the elder Miller over the edge. When he went to pick up his daughter later, she told the elder Miller about her punishment and he immediately attacked Yackus and punched him in the face.My P.E. teacher made us square dance . My dad should have took a chainsaw up in there .In the immediate aftermath of the incident, Miller was arrested on Class C felony battery charges and was held on $15,000 bond, which he posted shortly thereafter. Meanwhile, the school announced that his daughter and the rest of the family were no longer affiliated with the school in any way.
And to think, the entire incident started with a pair of girls basketball players running laps.
Incredibly, those who accompanied Miller to his arraignment defended his actions to a WSBT reporter on site.
"If the coach is ******* with your kid, what are you to do?" Wynter Goodwin told the station. "You can't talk to him."
Seriously its messed up . Coaches have been making kids run laps for ages why is his darling so special ?