A ruined mother shared a video of her non-verbal daughter with special needs in tears after she was scratched at school and bitten by a bully.
Kerri Arnold, of Hamilton on New Zealand’s North Island, filmed her daughter Aalyha, 12, with visible spots on her face, arm and neck after the attack on her school on Monday.
As she explained Aalyha’s ordeal and showed her wounds to the camera, Mrs. Arnold said the school called her that afternoon to tell her about the incident.
Kerri Arnold (right) shared a heartbreaking video of her daughter Aalyha (left) after she was the victim of a cruel pest attack that made her scratched and with visible bite wounds
“Today at about 1:30 pm, the school called me – she was the victim of bullying,” Mrs. Arnold said.
“This young boy scratched her eye, bit her face, scratched her arm, and she scratched her back.
‘Aalyha is non-verbal. She is always happy and it hurts me to see my little girl so upset. “
The mother of two stated that Aalyha had a condition called Angelman syndrome.
“This is a back syndrome that affects all areas of her life and the ability to defend herself,” the mother said.
The syndrome is a genetic disorder that can ensure that children are happy and excited, but also have problems with speech and their motor system.
Aalyha (photo), who is non-verbal, seemed visibly sad in the video shared by her mother online
Depicted: bite marks on Aalyha’s arm after the cruel attack by a bully in her class
In addition to her video, which has been viewed more than 400,000 times since it was posted, Mrs. Arnold said the boy had been removed from class since then.
“I spoke with the director and the boy will resign the rest of the week after this terrible event,” she said.
She said that teachers had expressed disgust at what had happened, and added that she was happy to see that “action and some justice” was aimed at the boy who attacked her.
Mrs. Arnold explained that Aalyha had a condition called Angelman Syndrome – which affects her ability to defend herself
Mrs. Arnold said her daughter was being bullied earlier and pushed over two years ago, bitten, pushed into a glass window – her front tooth broke and her nose broke.
The mother told Daily Mail Australia that she has embraced the state of Aalyha.
“My angel got me why she is for a reason … and it could change the person who is Aalyha and I love her the way she is,” she said.
AFFECTS THE LIFE OF AALYHA
Although she is not wheelchair-bound, she took her first steps four years ago.
She rarely suffers from epileptic seizures, but if she does, they are known as vacant epileptic seizures – which can cause someone to go into space for a few seconds or stare at space.
‘Angels’ are often fascinated by water and water-related activities. Mrs. Arnold said there is “water, water everywhere and no dry angel on the spot.”
Those with Angelman are known for their sunny view and frequent smiling and laughing.
Mrs. Arnold said that Aalyha and her “angel friends” “have the most infectious smile that illuminates a room.”
Source: Kerri Arnold on Angelman Syndrome Day 2020
Mrs. Arnold said her daughter was bullied earlier and her tooth broke two years ago when she was pushed, bitten and pushed into a glass window
The emotional recording comes just weeks after Brisbane boy Quaden Bayles received international attention after his mother filmed him and said he wanted to kill himself for bullying.
Shortly after the recordings of Quaden were about suicide, an online fundraiser “Let’s send a great child to Disneyland” was set up by American comedian Brad Williams, who also has dwarfism.
More than 20,000 donors from around the world came together to give $ 723,000 (US $ 474,000) to fund the special treat from Quaden.
But on Thursday afternoon, his family surprised the fans by rejecting the trip and saying that they would rather give the money to charity to help combat bullying and suicide.
“Which boy wouldn’t go to Disneyland, especially if you’ve lived the life of Quaden,” his aunt Mundanara told NITV News.
“But my sister said,” You know what, let’s go back to the real problem. ” This little guy is bullied. How many suicides, black or white, have happened in our society because of bullying.
Quaden Bayles was invited to take the Indigenous All-Stars NRL team on the field at Cbus Super Stadium. The nine-year-old got international attention after his mother had filmed him and said he wanted to commit suicide because of bullying
‘We want the money to go to community organizations that really need it. They know what the money should be spent on.
“As much as we want to go to Disneyland, I think our community will benefit greatly.”
Six charities each receive approximately $ 66,000 USD.
After the video went viral, more than 20,000 donors from around the world gathered to give $ 723,000 to send Quaden to Disneyland, but his family surprised fans by rejecting the trip
The charities that receive the money are Born This Way Foundation, STOMP Out Bullying, Dolly’s Dream, Dwarfism Awareness Australia, Gallang Place and the Balunu Foundation.
The remaining funds go to Quaden for ‘direct medical assistance, education, accommodation costs, food to feed the family’ and donations to charities of your choice.
In the heart-wrenching images, Quaden – who has the most common type of dwarfism called achondroplasia – is seen sobbing in the camera and saying that he is suicidal from being ruthlessly bullied.
Former rugby league player Johnathan Thurston poses with Quaden Bayles from Brisbane. Instead of all the money going to Quaden, six charities receive around $ 66,000 USD. The remaining funds go to Quaden and his family to cover expenses such as his immediate medical help and food to feed
He said to his mother, “Give me a rope, I want to commit suicide.”
“I just want to put myself in the heart … I want someone to kill me.”
Quaden also scratched his neck and said, “I want to die … I want to scratch myself.”
Mrs. Bayles publicly shared the video on Facebook in an effort to raise awareness about the consequences of bullying.
The nine-year-old was invited to take the Indigenous All-Stars NRL team on the field at Cbus Super Stadium, on the Gold Coast, when they took the Maori All-Stars on Saturday.
Quaden Bayles’ mother Yarraka filmed the schoolboy crying in the car where he said he wanted to end his life after being seriously bullied by fellow classmates
Mrs. Bayles said that Quaden had “gone from the worst day of his life to the best day of his life” after being asked to lead the NRL team.
However, false rumors also spread in the aftermath of the viral video, where a message circulating on Twitter erroneously claimed that Quaden’s controversial Instagram page and modeling were proof that he “scammed everyone.”
The prosecutor also pointed to a photo of Quaden at an 18th birthday party and erroneously said that the celebrations were for him, while they were actually for a friend of his name Garlen.
In another message, Quaden showed cash, accompanied by text that erroneously claimed that the schoolboy was actually a paid actor.