Crowd cheers as 'anti-gay' street preacher, who tells women they 'deserve rape' and students they're going to hell, is attacked with a baseball bat by a 19-year-old woman
- Brother Dean Saxton, who denounces homosexuality and tells women they deserve rape for not being true Christians, was attacked with baseball bat
- Tabitha Brubaker, 19, attacked Saxton outside a west Valley high school
- Video shows Saxton confronted by man when he's hit in head from behind
- Brubaker was arrested for felony assault and marijuana possession
A controversial preacher who tells women they deserve rape was attacked with a baseball bat outside a west Valley high school by a young woman who wanted to stop his 'hate speech'.
Tabitha Brubaker, 19, attacked Brother Dean Saxton, who has spent years demonstrating outside Valley high schools and colleges denouncing homosexuality and holding signs telling women they deserve rape for not being true Christians, according to ABC 15.
Saxton posted the YouTube video of his demonstration at Apollo High School earlier this month.
+6Controversial preacher, Brother Dean Saxton, who tells women they deserve rape was attacked with a baseball bat outside a west Valley high school by a young woman who wanted to stop his 'hate speech'. He's pictured with blood streaming down his face from the gash caused after he was struck in the back of the head
Tabitha Brubaker (left and right), 19, attacked Brother Dean Saxton, who has spent years demonstrating outside Valley high schools and colleges denouncing homosexuality and holding signs telling women they deserve rape for not being true Christians
In the video he uses a megaphone to tell students they're going to hell.
'I realize there are a lot of students here who are confused,' Saxton said in the video. 'You don't know Jesus. You worship Satan. You worship your idols. Your worship false religions.'
As Saxton continues to yell through his megaphone, students look on from across the street and yell at him to 'go home'.
'You're going to hell. You're going to burn in hell. You're going to split hell wide open,' Saxton yells.
Throughout the video several students confront Saxton, as well as a teacher at the high school.
But he continues to condemn the students and pedestrians who also approach him.
'The Bible says it's not okay to be gay,' Saxton says in the video.
'You need to stop doing naughty, nasty things, Apollo High School. You need to stop looking up naughty, nasty things on the internet.'
The video, which is about 25 minutes long, shows Saxton debating with one man when all of a sudden he's hit in the head from behind with a baseball bat.
Saxton is seen in the video walking away from the area as his head is bleeding from a gash.
The video, which was posted to Saxton's YouTube account, has garnered several comments commending Brubaker's actions and some said he got what was coming to him. Saxton is pictured holding signs telling women they 'deserve rape'
Some people defended Saxton in the video's comments, while others claim to agree with his views against homosexuality and women 'deserving rape'. Pictured is an outside view of Apollo High School where the incident occurred
Saxton (pictured) has tweeted several photos of the signs he uses while demonstrating in front of high schools and colleges in Arizona
Brubaker, who attends Apollo High School, is never seen in the video, but police arrested her for felony assault as well as marijuana possession, according to Raw Story.
Several students and bystanders who witnessed the incident erupt in applause once they realized Saxton was struck in the head.
The video, which was posted to Saxton's YouTube account, has garnered several comments commending Brubaker's actions.
'Best thing I've seen all day. If only they had hit him a couple more times,' one user said.
'I believe there are certain qualities that may be worthy of a a** whipping. If a man acts like a bigoted douche-nozzle and says women deserve to be raped, then I would say that he is partially responsible for the beating he was just handed,' another user said on YouTube.
Saxton has a reputation among local students and internet users for his radical religious opposition to homosexuality, according to ABC 15.
But he's most notoriously known for telling women they deserve to be raped for their sins.
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