"F--k you," the boy replies. "F--k me?" the officer responds." What the f--k you looking at man?" the 12-year-old snaps back.
The officer then tells the boy police are at the house because of him and he should go outside. The boy refuses and calls the officer a homophobic slur.
The officer then follows the boy into another room. A slap is heard and the officer's arm is seen in the air.
The officer tells the boy to "show some f--king respect." Then the officer and his female partner escort the boy outside.
The boy was not charged and was released on the corner of the street a few minutes later, the boy's mom said.
She said her son was previously charged with robbery and assault for taking back his bike that had been stolen.
The 12-year-old, who can't be identified due to provisions in the Youth Criminal Justice Act, has spent time behind bars at a youth correctional facility and recently started probation. He has a court-ordered 10 p.m. curfew, his mom said.