A t-shirt has been made utilizing the language the Ohio bus driver used to reprimand the students in response to her viral video, which seems to have caught the attention of the general public.
In addition, a $50,000–$60,000 fundraising event was held. It’s to make her retirement easier.
It has been claimed that she was harassed by a core group of young people on her Amherst route for at least two years prior to her outburst, during which she threatened to “kick some f-kin’ serious ass” because she was “done with the s-t.”
She claims that the district superintendent called her a few hours later to inform her that she had been placed on paid administrative leave pending a full investigation.
Through the GoFundMe that was launched to assist the bus driver as she takes some time off and looks for new employment in the wake of the outrage over a viral video of Miller yelling at the kids, more than $60,000 has already been received.
Viral Video of Jackie Miller
The afternoon of March 29 was not one of Jackie Miller’s best moments, she openly says.
The former school bus driver, however, stands by her decision to spank numerous junior high students on her route with more than a few choice words, which was captured on cellphone video and went viral.
School bus driver Jackie Miller is heard screaming at a pupil in a still image taken from a student’s smartphone footage on March 29, 2023.
Miller announced her retirement from Amherst Exempted Village Schools in Cleveland, Ohio, not long after the longer-than-two-minute video started receiving millions of views on Facebook and Tik Tok.
She sat in the driver’s seat after the outburst and seemed to convey that she knew what had just happened would not end well for her.
But the management of the junior high school had ignored her frequent concerns about the conduct of the children, and she had reached her breaking point.
Ohio School Bus Driver Resigns After Viral Footage
She resigned from her position after a video of an Ohio school bus driver screaming at students went viral on social media. The video of Jackie Miller, a former bus driver for Amherst, shouting and yelling at kids has been viewed millions of times.
In an interview with WKYC 3 Studios in Cleveland, Miller expressed guilt for her actions but defended them by saying that a core group of youngsters had purposefully incited her for the preceding two years.
Bus driver Jackie Miller from Ohio says she misses the pupil she used to drive, but she won’t be returning to the job she hastily left after being harassed by a group of rowdy children. The driver apologised for her conduct and attempted to make things right. The day was a really trying one for her.
She was doused in perfume by other pupils, which caused a horrific asthma attack. She also apologised for her actions but emphasized that she would stand by her statements. She said this in reference to the scolding that led to her departure. The local clothing store Mistakes on the Lake immediately released a new T-shirt with the saying on it.