The mother who went viral after being filmed furiously dragging her teenage son away from a protest over the death of Freddie Gray has spoken out.
The death of Gray, 25, from spinal injuries he apparently sustained in police custody has sparked riots in Baltimore.
Mother-of-six Toya Graham said she didn't want her son Michael "to be a Freddie Gray" - which is why she went to confront her 16-year-old when she spotted him among a crowd throwing objects at police on TV news.
"At that point, I just lost it," she told CBS News. "I was shocked, I was angry, because you never want to see your child out there doing that."
She added: "He gave me eye contact. And at that point, you know, not even thinking about cameras or anything like that. That's my only son and at the end of the day I don't want him to be a Freddie Gray."
As for when Michael spotted her? "He knew he was in trouble, He said when 'I seen you,' he said, 'ma, my instinct was to run.'"