Walmart Brawler Insists She Is A Good Mom, Adding, "I Don't Raise My Children To Take Any Shit!!!”

The Indiana Walmart brawler who urged her six-year-old son to punch another shopper “in her fucking face” wants you to know that she is a doting mother and that, “I don't raise my children to take any shit!!!”

In a Facebook message posted today, Amber Stephenson, 34, thanked her supporters in the face of a police investigation into her recent fight with Rebecca Mills, 39, at a Walmart in Beech Grove, an Indianapolis suburb.

Video of the brawl--which went viral earlier this week--shows Stephenson yelling at her child, “Johnny, punch her in the face! Johnny, punch her in her fucking face!” Stephenson, pictured at right, directed the boy to join the fray while she had Mills pinned to the ground in the store’s shampoo aisle.

During the course of the five-minute scrap, Stephenson’s son kicked and punched the prone Mills, and struck her with items taken from the store’s shelves. The child also doused Mills with shampoo or lotion as the brawl concluded.

In a radio interview yesterday, Stephenson claimed that she tangled with Mills after Mills allegedly used a racial slur during a dispute with a Walmart employee. In her Facebook post, Stephenson stated, “I didn't know standing up for someone is wrong and sorry I don't raise my children to take any shit!!!”

Fight videos contain no references to Mills using a racial slur.

Stephenson has yet to address why she directed Johnny--a recent kindergarten graduate partial to gaudy timepieces--to punch Mills “in her fucking face!”

In his own Facebook posts, Johnny Bishop--Stephenson’s fiancée (and young Johnny’s dad)--wrote of his beloved, “Thats my baby she wont start shit but she will deffintly finish it love u babe.” He also claimed, “it was self defense and walmart didnt have any security to stop it.”

Stephenson recently completed courses at Kaplan College, where she studied to be a dental assistant. Stephenson secured an externship with an Indianapolis dentist whom she identified by name in a since-deleted Facebook comment.