A 14-year-old New Jersey girl (Adriana Kuch) committed suicide after seeing a video of herself being beaten by her peers

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New Jersey girl (Adriana Kuch) : An online video showing a group of girls abusing a 14-year-old New Jersey high school student led to the girl’s suicide, which her father attributes to years of relentless bullying.

The body of Central Regional High School student Adriana Kuch was discovered on February 3, two days after the heinous attack on February 1.

Patch reported that a disturbing video showed several students attacking the teen as she walked with her boyfriend through a school hallway. One of the attackers used a water bottle to strike the girl.

A person can be heard saying, “That’s what you get, you stupid a— b—!” in the 20-second tape watched by the local news site.

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ABC 7 reports that the assailants punched, kicked, and pulled Adriana’s hair while onlookers laughed and recorded the brutal attack.

New Jersey girl Adriana Kuch Age 14, Kuch commits suicide after a video of her was shared
New Jersey girl Adriana Kuch Age 14, Kuch commits suicide after a video of her was shared

Dad Michael Kuch told the broadcaster, “They think it’s fun to assault people and shoot movies and upload them.” Adriana was a high school student.

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He explained that Adriana was not physically harmed by being hit with a water bottle, but rather suffered from embarrassment and humiliation because of the constant onslaught of attackers.

Kuch told ABC 7 that his daughter Adriana has “never been in a fight before, she’s 98 pounds, 5-2, and she loves everybody,” and that when she passed out, school staff didn’t call an ambulance but instead took her to the nurse’s office.

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According to News, New Jersey, three of the females have been charged with third-degree criminal assault and a fourth has been charged with disorderly conduct.Superintendent Triantafillos Parlapanides informed the media that under school regulation, police were not summoned following the attack.As far as I know, no police report was filed. In most cases, we simply wait for things to calm down.

He said, “We’re not going to double-whammy a kid where they’re suspended and then police charges as well. If a parent wants to seek charges, they may with the police.

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