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Teenage girl refuses to go to school after being brutally beaten up in the playground

‘I can’t handle being there anymore’: Teen girl who was punched and then stomped on the head in a brutal school fight is too scared to return to class

  • Teenage girl from a North Island high school is brutally bashed by classmate
  • Footage released shows the girl being stomped on as other students watch 
  • The victim took to Facebook to share her thoughts on the attack 
  • She said she was ‘disgusted’ with how the school handled the situation
  • She fears to return back to the school where she was beaten and ridiculed 

A teenage girl who was brutally beaten up in a playground brawl while classmates watched on in silence says she is too scared to return to school. 

Footage of the fight, which circulated on social media this week, shows the girl cowering with her arms protecting her face as she’s repeatedly punched.

She attempts to get up from the ground only to be pushed down again by her hair before suffering a brutal kick to the head. 

The girl, who goes to a high school on New Zealand’s North Island, took to Facebook to call out the bully over the ‘assault’, the NZ Herald reported.     

Footage shows a teenage girl being viciously attacked at school by a classmate

‘If it was a fight I’d be standing, fists up … but as you see I was not. I was in shock, I had one hand that I was using because she was swinging around me …’ she wrote. 

‘She thought I deserved my head kicked in … surely it can’t be hard to keep your hands to yourself.’ 

She went on to sarcastically thank onlookers who did nothing to help her as she was brutally beaten. 

‘So thankful for you all that just watched. Bigger thanks to those that cheered her on … just remember you let your friend assault a helpless person.

Numerous students watched the attack unfold but none interfered until the attacker began stomping on the victim's head

Numerous students watched the attack unfold but none interfered until the attacker began stomping on the victim’s head

‘I was debating on posting this but I need to be heard by someone.’ 

The teenager said she was ruthlessly bullied for being a ‘bad fighter’ when she returned to school and constantly felt ‘so much anxiety’.

She said the ‘disgusting’ way her school handled the fight made her not want to go back to class.  

‘Schools really need to sort out their sh*t … a lot of kids don’t go because of the fear that someone might attack them.’

The schoolgirl accused of starting the one-sided brawl has reportedly been referred to Youth Services.   

The young girl says she is 'disgusted' with how the school handled the situation and will not be returning to the the North Island high school

The young girl says she is ‘disgusted’ with how the school handled the situation and will not be returning to the the North Island high school

 

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