A 59-year-old woman from Clayton County, Georgia was arrested this week after she threatened a middle school boy who was bullying her great-nephew. Marvis Renae Henry went Forest Park Middle School and asked to see a counselor but veered off into a classroom and asked her great-nephew, whom she refers to as her son, to point out the boy who had been bullying him. According to the police report, Marvis told the boy she would "f--k him up, as well as his entire generation." In a telephone conversation from behind bars, Marvis admitted to threatening the boy, but said she didn't curse. She told reporter: “I did say, ‘If you put your hands on my child, I will mess you up, your momma and your whole generation.’" The boy she threatened told sheriff’s deputies he feared for his safety. Marvis says her son has been the victim of bullying at the school for some time now, but her complaints to the school officials fielded no response or change. She was charged with disorderly conduct and disrupting school operations, and released Thursday on $5,000 bond.