Adriana Kuch : A 14-year-old New Jersey high school student committed suicide after a video of a group of girls attacking her was posted online, a suicide her father believes was fueled by long-standing bullying.Follow our website, Blingsnews for the latest update
Adriana Kuch, a student at Central Regional High School in Berkeley Township, was discovered dead at home two days after the heinous assault on Feb. 1, according to police.
According to Patch, an alarming video shows several students attacking the teen and hitting her with a water bottle as she walked with her boyfriend in a school hallway.
A person can be heard yelling in the 20-second clip seen by the local news outlet: “That’s what you get, you stupid a— b—!”
According to NEWS, the attackers are seen punching, kicking, and pulling Adriana’s hair while others laugh and record the heinous assault.
New Jersey girl Adriana Kuch
“These four girls planned and carried out an attack. “If you look at the videos I have, they’re laughing while discussing what they’re going to do,” he wrote, adding that he “had to take my daughter covered in blood to the local police station.”
“These videos could have been discovered immediately if the school contacted the police, filed a report, and conducted an investigation,” he wrote.
“I want everyone in the world to know what these animals did to my daughter. “I won’t sleep until their family witnesses them standing in front of a judge and pleading guilty,”
Kuch also demanded accountability from the Ocean County school district for what he claims was long-term harassment and bullying of Adriana.
Who is Adriana Kuch?
On February 3, Adriana Kuch’s body was discovered in her Bayville residence. Aged 14, she was. At Central Regional High School, Kuch attended. Triantafillos Parlapanides, superintendent of the Central Regional School District, announced that the four students responsible for the assault have been suspended.
Several students attacked his daughter while she was walking with her boyfriend in the hallway, according to a Facebook post by her father, Michael Kuch. He claimed that Andriana, a freshman, had been mentioned in a video of the altercation that had been posted online. He thinks the purpose of the video was to “make fun of her online.”