Shocking moment huge brawl between erupts between female students at Minneapolis high school, with two instigators refusing to let go of each other’s hair as teachers beg for help

  • Female students were filmed fighting at Lakeville North High School

Shocking footage has emerged showing a huge brawl between students at a Minneapolis high school.

The lunch fight at Lakeville North High School reportedly called the police to the premises.

Students were also threatened with disciplinary action if they reshared the video posted on X, formerly Twitter.

Video shows two female students viciously attacking each other as teachers desperately try to pull them apart.

One of the girls lunges at the other, sending her to the floor as other students cry in shock.

Two female students were filmed fighting each other at Minneapolis' Lakeville North High School

Two female students were filmed fighting each other at Minneapolis’ Lakeville North High School

The girls were locked in a heated fight where they hit and punched each other before grabbing each other's hair

The girls were locked in a heated fight where they hit and punched each other before grabbing each other’s hair

Teachers were seen struggling to separate the students during the lunch fight

Teachers were seen struggling to separate the students during the lunch fight

As she tries to get up, the other girl starts raining blows on her head and body. They continue to fight until both end up on the floor, clinging to each other’s hair.

As they continue to punch and slap each other, a teacher and another student try to break them apart.

But the girls refuse to leave, prompting another teacher to try to step inside.

One of the girls starts screaming in pain while the other screams: ‘I’m not giving up***’ as people try to prize them apart.

“I’m not getting off,” she yelled, clutching her hair tightly before adding, “I’m going to kill this b****.”

The clip ends with the girls still in a deadlock on the floor as other students scream in the background.

In a statement to parents, the school said it was working with local police to ensure “additional supervision” was in place at the school’s basketball game and during class the following day.

“Incidents like this are taken very seriously and steps were taken immediately to ensure the safety of our students and staff,” said the statement from principal Kim Budde.

Police were called to the site and were stationed at the school's basketball court to provide 'additional surveillance'

Police were called to the site and were stationed at the school’s basketball court to provide ‘additional surveillance’

Principal Kim Budde threatened disciplinary action for any students found to be resharing the footage of the fight

Principal Kim Budde threatened disciplinary action for any students found to be resharing the footage of the fight

“As always, when situations arise that put others at risk, the school administration acts quickly to investigate to ensure a safe and secure school environment.

‘Unfortunately, several students chose to film these incidents on their phones. It is important for students to know that our school condemns the use of personal devices in this way.

‘Any students found sharing or posting videos of these incidents will face the possibility of disciplinary action.’

The fight comes after an altercation at St. Louis Park in Minneapolis in which a ‘race-fueled’ brawl broke out between black and Somali students that led to the arrest of at least two adults accused of joining in.

Abreeha Annalisa Smith (22) and Latoys Renail Milon (41) were arrested but later released without charge after fights broke out last month.

The initial altercation broke out between a group of black and Somali students, it was claimed by CrimeWatchMinneapolisbut the situation escalated when parents, after becoming aware of the incident, allegedly joined the fray with their children.