— New York Post (@nypost) April 27, 2022
A 15-year-old boy who was initially targeted by a false rumor that he was unvaccinated was bullied relentlessly until he took his own life in January, a lawsuit claims.
The suit filed Monday against the Latin School of Chicago alleges administrators at the private college prep school — which charges more than $40,000 annually in tuition — committed “willful failure” to stop the incessant bullying, the Chicago Tribune reported.
The teen was also cyberbullied on Snapchat, where another student urged him to kill himself in mid-December, the suit claims.
Nate met with a school administrator at that point, but none of the students involved in the cyberbullying were disciplined, his parents allege.
Nate’s mother contacted the school more than 30 times in October and November alone, but administrators allegedly turned a “blind eye” to the family’s pleas for help. The teen also reported the bullying to a school dean, but was disregarded, according to the lawsuit.
The boy’s parents are suing.
They are stronger people than I am.
I would be stacking bodies and eliminating bloodlines.
There is a special place in hell for those that turned getting a shot into something that would make people do this, and I’m more than happy to send them there.