Bullied 12-year-old woman with special needs kills herself after abuse football players, from cheerleaders

Bullied 12-year-old woman with special needs kills herself after abuse football players, from cheerleaders

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE: A household from Nashville revealed that their 12-year-old daughter committed suicide last week after being targeted by bullies at her school.

The student, Tarhiya Sledge, is a special-education student in the JFK Middle school was supposedly relentlessly and mercilessly bullied at her school by football players and cheerleaders. Sledge took her life at her home on November 18 that ignited a police investigation in addition to a internal investigation by the Metro Nashville Public Schools. The kid’s parents are currently looking at the possibility of filing a discrimination suit although they assert that the administrators made aware and were educated but turned a blind eye.

The family’s lawyer, Roland Mumford stated that it had been alleged that a trash can at Tarhiya had thrown while the other had yanked her hair so tough that some of it had come out and talked to WKRN. Mumford revealed,”The mother put the JFK middle school on notice in writing, email, and in-person countless occasions in the previous 90 days and they neglected to do it”. Mikesha Glover needed to resort to shooting her daughter out of classes in late October, when she got no help for her daughter.

Mumford also revealed he was able to get the titles of six pupils who were suspected of bullying Tarhiya. These titles contained members of the soccer team of the school as well as the cheerleading squad. The mum of tarhiya took to share a message attractive with any knowledge to come forward to parents at her late kid’s school. In a different follow-up post, Glover wrote,”I can’t breathe, I can not sleep, my body is aching even thinking about the torture my baby had to endure at the hands of bullies”. Tarhiya’s stepfather, Mario Glover shared the the kid was a’celebrity’ who loved everyone and wanted all to be pleased.

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