An Aboriginal mother put schools on high alert after threatening to shoot the 'white racist privileged children'.
Two high schools on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland were prepared for a possible disturbance after Iesha Lillian Nixon got into an argument with the Department of Education and Training.
The 38-year-old wanted to enrol her son into Burnside State School after feeling he was 'racially vilified' at Nambour State College, according to Sunshine Coast Daily.
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Nixon accused Nambour State College of being 'racist' towards her son because they wouldn't let him take a spear to class.
The mother called the Department of Education and Training to complain but it quickly became violent and left the phone operator feeling uneasy.
Nixon reportedly threatened to 'get a gun' to use at the schools.
In a second incident, the 38-year-old verbally abused another phone operator when she called to complain about Burnside State School not accepting her son because they lived out of the area.
The mother then threatened to 'hang herself from the flagpole' out the front of the school, the publication reported.
Maroochydore Magistrates Court heard Nixon was taking her anger out on white people, showing little remorse for her actions.
Nixon was reportedly convicted and fined $1000.