Stephen Pierce, 31, was a youth football coach in Georgia. Pierce admitted to picking up 7-year-old Jamarius Pitts by the ankles and dropping him on his head. Jamarius’ older brother – along with a ton of other people – were there to see the incident. His brother says that he also kicked his brother while he was on the ground. Pierce said that the 7-year-old was swearing. Police are still looking into the incident, but Pierce was arrested and cited and the family is considering a civil suit. [CBS5AZ]
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