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Woman arrested for allegedly arranging attack on ex-girlfriend

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

A mom had to fight for her life after three women allegedly barged into her home and started beating her.

The woman's children witnessed the fight.

According to police, one of the kids answered the door. The four women were there with a gun. The told the child to go wake up the mom.

The women proceeded to pull the victim's hair, punch, kick and drag her.

The victim said her ex-girlfriend, Erica Lunkins, planned the attack.

The ex showed up with her new girlfriend, her girlfriend's mom and girlfriend's sister.

Those three beat up the victim while Lunkins stood by and did nothing to stop it, according to police.

Lunkins has been charged with felony facilitation of an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

The victim also got an order of protection against her ex-girlfriend.

At this time, it is not known if the other women are facing charges.

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