GLEN ST. MARY, Fla. -- Brittany Deyoung broke down in tears when she talked about it.
"I go to get off the bus and she just attacks me. She pounded my head into the concrete," she said. "She was just like shaking me on the ground. And I got knots all on my head."
The 16-year-old student at Baker County High School said things got physical after school Thursday between her and the girl she says has been bullying her.
She said, "She was harassing me at school over and over again. I don't even really know her."
Brittany Deyoung's mom, Sheina Deyoung, took her daughter to the emergency room.
"After the fight she started throwing up blood," said the concerned mother.
She snapped photos of Brittany Deyoung's injuries: There were scratches and bruises; she said her daughter's earrings were torn from her ears.
"They say she had a severe concussion," Sheina Deyoung said.
Police were called. Brittany Deyoung's 16-year-old attacker now faces misdemeanor battery charges. But Action News learned the attacker was back at school today. Brittany Deyoung wasn't.
"I can't go to school because I'm afraid I'm gonna get bullied again," she said.
Action News made several calls to the principal's office and school district to find out what was being done to protect students. The only response we got was an email: "The safety and welfare of our students in the Baker County School District is of the utmost importance."
It went on to say, "The school district has completed its investigation of the occurrence and the appropriate actions have been taken."
District officials would not be more specific.
The victim's family now has a restraining order against the alleged bully. They'll be going to court next month.