Family of girl, 15, sues school after being beaten and kicked in the playground

Family of girl, 15, sues school after being brutally attacked in playground & # 39; when teachers passed by & # 39; by bully who was only suspended for two days

  • Family of 15-year-old schoolgirl continues school after being attacked there
  • Sickening shots show that Savanna Blakkan is hit in the face
  • She is then thrown to the ground at the Yucaipa High School and repeatedly beaten
  • The attacker, who also goes to school, was only suspended for two days
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The family of a 15-year-old girl sues her school after being thrown to the floor and beaten by a classmate just a few meters from her main building.

Savanna Blakkan, who was targeted after months of bullying, suffered a major concussion during the attack on Yucaipa High School, California, and is now traumatized by nightmares and suicidal thoughts.

Her attacker was suspended for two days because of her actions, but Miss Blakkan's lawyer said she should have been evicted.

It follows the suicide of a 13-year-old schoolgirl in the same area in 2017 after classmates called her ugly and bullied her because they had braces.

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Sickening shots show the moment when a 15-year-old girl is viciously slapped in the face and thrown to the floor by one of her classmates in the main building of the school

Her parents continue the school, Yucaipa High School, saying they should have been safe there

Her parents continue the school, Yucaipa High School, saying they should have been safe there

Sickening recordings show the moment when a 15-year-old schoolgirl is slammed face-to-face and is thrown to the floor by one of her classmates in the main building of the school. Her parents continue the school, Yucaipa High School, and say that their daughter Savanna Blakkan should have been safe on the school campus

Sickening footage filmed in May shows Miss Blakkan and her attacker, apparently in conversation, moments before the attack begins.

She is slapped in the face and thrown to the floor, where she is slapped in the face more than 10 times before another person pulls her attacker away.

A crowd gathered to watch and an assistant vice director and other teachers would have passed by before someone would intervene.

Afterwards she said it KTLA that her attacker grabbed me from my backpack before the attack and that she just started yelling at me & # 39 ;.

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& # 39; She waved me three times and I ended up on the floor, and she waved at me ten more times and beat me worse. & # 39;

Miss Blakkan (in dark colors) is shown while being held in a head lock by the other girl (who has spread her legs) just before she is thrown to the floor

Miss Blakkan (in dark colors) is shown while being held in a head lock by the other girl (who has spread her legs) just before she is thrown to the floor

Miss Blakkan (in dark colors) is shown while being held in a head lock by the other girl (who has spread her legs) just before she is thrown to the floor

A deputy deputy director and other teachers would have passed during the attack

A deputy deputy director and other teachers would have passed during the attack

It was finally stopped after another student intervened

It was finally stopped after another student intervened

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A deputy deputy director and other teachers would have passed during the horrific attack

Mrs. Blakkan said that she is now & # 39; suicidal & # 39; feel and suffer from & # 39; nightmares & # 39 ;.

Her mother, Crystal Blakkan, said she had reported bullying to the school several times, but she & # 39; did not take it seriously & # 39 ;.

The parents challenge the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District and say they expect their child to be safe at school.

It comes after 13-year-old schoolgirl Rosalie Avila, also from the area, took her own life when she was bullied.

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She hung herself after writing a suicide letter to her parents who said: & # 39; Sorry mom and dad. Sorry mommy, you'll find me like that. & # 39;

Rosalie Avila, 13, hung herself in 2017 after classmates called her ugly and bullied her because they had braces

Rosalie Avila, 13, hung herself in 2017 after classmates called her ugly and bullied her because they had braces

Rosalie Avila, 13, hung herself in 2017 after classmates called her ugly and bullied her because they had braces

A look at Yucaipa High School where the attack took place in May this year

A look at Yucaipa High School where the attack took place in May this year

A look at Yucaipa High School where the attack took place in May this year

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Two months in advance, she had become more withdrawn, her parents said, and started counseling after she cut herself.

Classmates scoffed at her braces and said she was ugly in Mesa View high school.

No fewer than six lawsuits have been brought against the school district for allegations of bullying.

It told ABC7 that it takes & # 39; allegations of this nature extremely seriously & # 39 ;.

The school district (above) said in 2017 that it grieved the death of 13-year-old schoolgirl Rosalie Avila, who committed suicide after classmates bullied her

The school district (above) said in 2017 that it grieved the death of 13-year-old schoolgirl Rosalie Avila, who committed suicide after classmates bullied her

The school district (above) said in 2017 that it grieved the death of 13-year-old schoolgirl Rosalie Avila, who committed suicide after classmates bullied her

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