A mother of a middle school student was convicted of disorderly conduct this week after mooning her son's bus driver and the roughly 45 students riding the bus.
Lisa Marie Grant, 34, of Suffolk was sentenced to six months in jail with all but one month suspended and fined $250 for the misdemeanor, according to court records.
Also on Tuesday, a General District Court judge found Grant not guilty of an indecent exposure charge.
The conflict started when the John Yeates Middle School bus driver sent Grant's son home with a conduct notice, a warning given before a discipline referral is written, Bethanne Bradshaw, a division spokeswoman, wrote in an email.
Grant's attorney, Steven Oser, said the mother wanted to talk to the driver about the notice, so she walked to the bus stop that November day with her son and a 4-year-old.
According to the arrest warrant, the driver offered to talk to Grant through a side window but wouldn't let her board the bus.
Grant "became very irate and began cursing" before blocking the path of the bus, the warrant said. Then, the warrant stated, Grant exposed her buttocks and one breast.
Oser said his client denies exposing her breast and only bared her underwear when mooning the bus.