Mother of a ten-year-old girl hung from a tree by her classmate & # 039; reveals the magnitude of suffering

Belinda Yoon said the attack on her daughter not only affected Amber (pictured), who suffers from a serious medical condition, but the entire family.

The mother of a ten-year-old girl who was allegedly hanged from a tree by a classmate has opened up about the state of devastation the family has been in ever since.

Belinda Yoon said the attack on her daughter not only affected Amber, who suffers from a serious medical condition, but the entire family.

Amber suffers from a condition called Tracheo-Esophageal Fistula and Esophageal Atresia (TOF-OA), which means that when your esophagus was born it was connected to your trachea.

She has had innumerable surgeries, is extremely susceptible to suffocation and can only listen in one ear.

Belinda Yoon said the attack on her daughter not only affected Amber (pictured), who suffers from a serious medical condition, but the entire family.

Belinda Yoon said the attack on her daughter not only affected Amber (pictured), who suffers from a serious medical condition, but the entire family.

Amber came home from school and told her mother that a classmate had tried to kill her by hanging her from a tree (Photograph: Amber's neck after the alleged incident)

Amber came home from school and told her mother that a classmate had tried to kill her by hanging her from a tree (Photograph: Amber's neck after the alleged incident)

Amber came home from school and told her mother that a classmate had tried to kill her by hanging her from a tree (Photograph: Amber's neck after the alleged incident)

Last month, Amber arrived at her home and asked to speak in private with her mother before she broke down crying and told her what happened at the Queen of the Apostles school in Riverton, Western Australia.

Ms. Yoon was in shock when her daughter told her what happened, including that a teacher had told her severely that what she was doing was wrong.

The school did not contact Ms. Yoon or her husband, so, after calling a specialist who knew the details of Amber's condition, she called the police, which is investigating.

However, what Amber says happened has had a domino effect on the family.

The mother of four told Daily Mail Australia: "When I say that this literally devastated our entire family, it really did.

I can not even describe you. There were days, especially last week, when we could not sleep. Every time we open our mouths, we just cry. "

Amber's younger brother, Hunter, 9, is changing schools as a result of what happened to his older sister.

"My daughters are just devastated."

One of Ms. Yoon's older daughters is in her first year of college, while another is in year 10.

Belinda Yoon (pictured) was shocked when her daughter told her what happened, even that a teacher had told her severely that what she was doing was wrong.

Belinda Yoon (pictured) was shocked when her daughter told her what happened, even that a teacher had told her severely that what she was doing was wrong.

Belinda Yoon (pictured) was shocked when her daughter told her what happened, even that a teacher had told her severely that what she was doing was wrong.

Amber's younger brother, Hunter, 9, is changing schools as a result of what happened to his older sister (Pictured: Amber and her mother Belinda)

Amber's younger brother, Hunter, 9, is changing schools as a result of what happened to his older sister (Pictured: Amber and her mother Belinda)

Amber's younger brother, Hunter, 9, is changing schools as a result of what happened to his older sister (Pictured: Amber and her mother Belinda)

She said that one of them remembers holding Amber because she had a serious medical alarm, believing her little sister was going to die.

"It's just a mixture of anger and pain," said Ms. Yoon.

As a result, family members have been absent from school, angered by what allegedly happened to their sister.

Ms. Yoon, who was in her second year as a nursing student, had to withdraw from college to help her son get the help he needs as a result.

Amber, who has never complained through innumerable procedures and uses her scars as "war wounds," has always been a happy child, according to Ms. Yoon.

Despite countless visits to the hospital, she has never needed psychological help, but last week her mother took her to her first appointment because of what happened on Friday.

The bullying that Amber was experiencing was first noticed at school after Ms. Yoon found a "heartbreaking" entry in her daughter's diary (pictured) while asking why none of her friends would play with her.

The bullying that Amber was experiencing was first noticed at school after Ms. Yoon found a "heartbreaking" entry in her daughter's diary (pictured) while asking why none of her friends would play with her.

The bullying that Amber was experiencing was first noticed at school after Ms. Yoon found a "heartbreaking" entry in her daughter's diary (pictured) while asking why none of her friends would play with her.

"While I read them, a common theme was recurrent and it was frustration and pain because of the lack of a system that does not exist yet," Ms. Yoon posted on Facebook

The bullying that Amber was experiencing was first brought to the attention of the school after Ms. Yoon found a "heartbreaking" entry in her daughter's diary, her mother said.

"I can not stop thinking about why my" friends "are not going to (sic) play with me," the girl wrote in a new newspaper after tearing up her previous tickets, revealed by Nine News.

& # 39; And they have not been treating me (sic) very well.

& # 39; Please, pray for me. & # 39;

Ms. Yoon said that she and her husband Dave have almost lost Amber countless times due to their medical condition

Ms. Yoon said that she and her husband Dave have almost lost Amber countless times due to their medical condition

Ms. Yoon said that she and her husband Dave have almost lost Amber countless times due to their medical condition

She described herself as the "weird girl" and wrote that no one would sit with her.

At a meeting, two days before Amber was found hanging from a tree, school authorities said there was evidence that her daughter was being excluded, Ms. Yoon said.

Ms. Yoon talked about her daughter's hard experience because she felt the school was trying to silence her and she was so angry.

She told Daily Mail Australia: & # 39; We have to do something. I can not let another family feel this pain. There is no feeling like that.

"We have been afraid before, we thought we were going to lose it many times".

"But this was very different because it was completely preventable and it did not have to happen."

Ms. Yoon told Daily Mail Australia: "We have to do something. I can not let another family feel this pain. There is no feeling like that & # 39;

Ms. Yoon told Daily Mail Australia: "We have to do something. I can not let another family feel this pain. There is no feeling like that & # 39;

Ms. Yoon told Daily Mail Australia: "We have to do something. I can not let another family feel this pain. There is no feeling like that & # 39;

Ms. Yoon has talked about her daughter's hard experience because she felt as if the school was trying to silence her and she was so angry.

Ms. Yoon has talked about her daughter's hard experience because she felt as if the school was trying to silence her and she was so angry.

Ms. Yoon has talked about her daughter's hard experience because she felt as if the school was trying to silence her and she was so angry.

She and Amber have been attacked by people on social media as a result of their complaints, but Ms. Yoon said that she and her daughter have stayed up all night reading positive messages.

"It was nothing but love," he said.

& # 39; She was feeling embarrassed. I was going, "Baby, you're so brave" and said "What, for being intimidated?"

Ms. Yoon had to tell her 10-year-old daughter that the shame was not in her.

"I told him that people are very inspired by you because you have spoken."

But now she feels responsible for all those who have sent her a message of thanks for using her voice, to the countless parents of children who contacted her with her own horrible story about bullying.

She and Amber have been attacked by people on social media as a result of their complaints, but Ms. Yoon said that she and her daughter have stayed up all night reading positive messages.

She and Amber have been attacked by people on social media as a result of their complaints, but Ms. Yoon said that she and her daughter have stayed up all night reading positive messages.

She and Amber have been attacked by people on social media as a result of their complaints, but Ms. Yoon said that she and her daughter have stayed up all night reading positive messages.

Ms. Yoon is calling for the government to change the regulations on bullying because of the terrible effects it can have on children.

She said: The children are killing themselves for this. They are not heard and families are disconsolate and are trying to fight against a system that does not exist. "

She wrote on Facebook: & # 39; Australia, I heard you, I am with you and with your help we will create this much needed change. I will put the smile back on my little Amber's face and fight to never have another family that has nowhere to go when bullying occurs. Australia has had enough that our government needs to hear. "

Ms. Yoon said she understands that there are children involved and that while they are investigating what happened to their daughter, how she feels is validated and changes are made, that is a positive result of this test.

A spokesperson for Catholic Education Western Australia, speaking on behalf of the school, told Daily Mail Australia: "In response to media reports in connection with an alleged incident involving students attending Queen of Apostles Primary School , Catholic Education Western Australia (CEWA) continues to consult the families of individual students, the school, the WA police and the relevant authorities.

The Catholic Education of Western Australia described the situation as "complex and sensitive" and said they are working with the families involved and the police

The Catholic Education of Western Australia described the situation as "complex and sensitive" and said they are working with the families involved and the police

The Catholic Education of Western Australia described the situation as "complex and sensitive" and said they are working with the families involved and the police

"This is a complex and delicate problem, and it is being managed with due consideration for the confidentiality that is required.

"CEWA is aware that the incident has reasonably caused distress within the school and the community in general, and treats the matter with compassion and respect for the dignity of all those affected.

"The safety and well-being of all students remains the highest priority for CEWA and we will continue to work with the families of the individual students involved, the school, the WA police and the relevant authorities to ensure that their concerns are addressed in a manner integral".

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