Girl, six, who was sent to a Kung Fu school to lose weight & # 39; dies after being hit by bullies & # 39;

Girl, six, who was sent to a Kung Fu school to lose weight & # 39; dies after being hit by bullies & # 39;

  • Deng Qi died two days after she arrived at the martial arts school in central China
  • Father claims that CCTV videos & # 39; s have the girl kicked and hit by classmates
  • He insisted that his daughter & # 39; healthy and happy & # 39; was when he dropped her off
  • The school has strongly denied the allegations of bullying that led to the girl's death
  • The local police station has started an investigation into the tragic incident

A six-year-old girl died less than two days after being sent to a kung fu school in central China.

The girl's parents claimed she was beaten to death by bullies at the famous Shaoshan Shaolin Temple Martial Arts School, where they had sent her to lose some weight, according to Chinese reports.

They took the young person, named Deng Qi, to the entire boarding school in Dengfeng, in the province of Henan, and stated that they are & # 39; healthy and happy & # 39; was when her father closed her off on her first day on April 7.

The parents of Deng Qi, six years old, claimed to have been bullied at the famous Shaoshan Shaolin Temple Martial Arts School, where they had sent her to lose weight

The parents of Deng Qi, six years old, claimed to have been bullied at the famous Shaoshan Shaolin Temple Martial Arts School, where they had sent her to lose weight

Images from CCTV received by the father from the school claim that the girl is surrounded by several uniformed students, who he claimed to hit and kick her

Images from CCTV received by the father from the school claim that the girl is surrounded by several uniformed students, who he claimed to hit and kick her

Images from CCTV received by the father from the school claim that the girl is surrounded by several uniformed students, who he claimed to hit and kick her

Two days later, the father, Deng Chaohai, received a phone call from the school at around 10.20 am and said his daughter had been taken to the hospital.

About 40 minutes later, when Deng was on his way to First Aid, he received another phone call saying that his daughter had been declared dead.

According to Beijing News, the girl collapsed on a staircase near the sports field before a group of students brought her to the school nurse.

CCTV footage received by the father from the school claims that the girl is surrounded by several uniformed students, who he claimed to hit and kick her.

The girl's father had decided to send the girl to the school for exercise while she weighed more than 50 kilograms (110 lb / 7st 8) and had difficulty walking

The girl's father had decided to send the girl to the school for exercise while she weighed more than 50 kilograms (110 lb / 7st 8) and had difficulty walking

The girl's father had decided to send the girl to the school for exercise while she weighed more than 50 kilograms (110 lb / 7st 8) and had difficulty walking

The school said that there is & # 39; no proof & # 39; was to suggest that Deng was beaten to death and that she had not had a single physical fight with any of her classmates

The school said that there is & # 39; no proof & # 39; was to suggest that Deng was beaten to death and that she had not had a single physical fight with any of her classmates

The school said that there is & # 39; no proof & # 39; was to suggest that Deng was beaten to death and that she had not had a single physical fight with any of her classmates

He told reporters: & # 39; The camera was very far away from our daughter, but it seemed that someone had knocked her over, kicked her and hit her. & # 39;

& # 39; Her face was purple and there were bruises on her stomach, & # 39; the man added.

The martial arts school has strongly denied the allegations of bullying leading to the girl's death.

They confirmed that the Dengfeng Public Security Bureau was investigating the matter.

The school's director, nicknamed Chen, told reporters that Deng Qi had become unconscious & # 39 ;, and mentioned the libelous rumors of all other theories.

According to Beijing News, the girl collapsed on a staircase near the sports field before a group of students brought her to the school nurse.

According to Beijing News, the girl collapsed on a staircase near the sports field before a group of students brought her to the school nurse.

According to Beijing News, the girl collapsed on a staircase near the sports field before a group of students brought her to the school nurse.

The Shaolin Temple Martial Arts School, founded in 1980, is one of the oldest martial arts in the country and has 12,000 students, according to the website

The Shaolin Temple Martial Arts School, founded in 1980, is one of the oldest martial arts in the country and has 12,000 students, according to the website

The Shaolin Temple Martial Arts School, founded in 1980, is one of the oldest martial arts in the country and has 12,000 students, according to the website

The school said that there is & # 39; no proof & # 39; was to suggest that Deng was beaten to death and that she had not had a single physical fight with any of her classmates.

A school spokesman declined to comment when he was approached by MailOnline, citing an ongoing investigation into the incident.

The girl's father had decided to send the girl to the school for exercise while she weighed more than 50 kilograms (110 lb / 7st 8) and had difficulty walking.

The family paid 10,000 yuan (£ 1,140) for a six-month course at the school after a neighbor recommended it.

The school, founded in 1980, is one of the oldest martial arts in the country and has 12,000 students according to its website.

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