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Shocking moment wild brawl erupts between teens outside Sydney high school – as police arrest a 30-year-old woman over her alleged involvement in the fight

  • Wild brawl erupts at Western Sydney High school with a 30yo woman arrested
  • Shocking footage shows a fight break out in car park at Cranebrook High School
  • At one point a hammer appeared during the violent high school brawl
  • Chelsea Hodges, 30, was charged with allegedly encouraging the violence  


A violent brawl has erupted outside a Western Sydney high school which saw a boy punched to the ground and a woman arrested. 

The fight broke out between a Year 9 student and a 15-year-old boy from Mt Druitt in the carpark at Cranebrook High School, near Penrith.

Footage shows the boys clap hands before the violence unfolded – in what appeared to be a prearranged fight.

Shocking footage shows a Year 9 student and a 15-year-old boy from Mt Druitt fight in the carpark of Cranebrook High School before a brawl erupts 

The Cranebrook student is seen repeatedly punched and kicked by the 15-year-old as he falls to the ground.  

‘It was set up. The whole fight was set up,’ a witness told 7NEWS.

‘They walked over, tapped hands, started punching.’

Chelsea Hodges, 30, (pictured) was the oldest person involved in the brawl and was charged with allegedly encouraging the violence and threatening to kill a school boy by swerving her car

Chelsea Hodges, 30, (pictured) was the oldest person involved in the brawl and was charged with allegedly encouraging the violence and threatening to kill a school boy by swerving her car

At one point during the fight, a man in high vis is seen being chased to the ground while another shockingly produces a hammer.  

Chelsea Hodges, 30, was the oldest person allegedly involved in the brawl.

Police allegedly found her with a knife and fake gun. 

The 30-year-old appeared in court at Penrith on Tuesday charged with allegedly encouraging the violence and threatening to kill a school boy by swerving her car.

‘Anyone who gets arrested and goes into custody would be distressed. She was and she’ll be happy to get out on bail,’ her lawyer Wayne Condon said. 

She will return to court in December.  

Security guards were called in to monitor the streets around the school grounds on Tuesday. 

The cause of the violent brawl is unclear. 

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