A lawsuit alleges a 15-year-old boy committed suicide after he was bullied by a false rumor regarding his vaccination status.

Filed Monday by the boy’s parents, the lawsuit alleges administrators for the Latin School of Chicago committed “wilful failure” to prevent the incessant bullying against 10th grader Nate Bronstein.

Though Bronstein had actually been vaccinated against the coronavirus, the lawsuit claims the bullying against him was relentless as a rumor spread branding him unvaccinated. Bronstein reportedly transferred to the school amid the pandemic due to the in-person learning.

Several employees and parents of the alleged bullies are defendants in the lawsuit, according to the New York Post.

“The boy’s parents, Robert and Rosellene Bronstein, even reached out to the other student’s family about the constant badgering, the suit claims,” noted the Post. “But the harassment only worsened — with Nate being told by a teacher in class that he was going ‘nowhere in life,’ according to the lawsuit.”

“The teen was also cyberbullied on Snapchat, where another student urged him to kill himself in mid-December, the suit claims,” it added.

Though Nate had met with a school administrator, the students involved were not disciplined for their cyberbullying. When Nate’s mother contacted a school counselor about the problem, they reportedly dismissed her concerns as “family issues.” His mother reportedly contacted the school 30 times between the months of October and November, but administrators turned a “blind eye,” the lawsuit alleges.

Within a month of the cyberbullying incident in which a student allegedly urged Nathan to kill himself, his father found him hanging from a noose in the shower. According to his mother, Rosellene Bronstein, the parents did not know Nathan had requested a meeting with the school’s dean over the Snapchat bullying.

“We would have known, and we would have protected him, and he’d still be here today,” she told CBS Chicago.Latin School of Chicago has dismissed the allegations as “unfounded claims.”“Our hearts go out to the family, and we wish them healing and peace,” the statement read. “With respect to their lawsuit, however, the allegations of wrongdoing by the school officials are inaccurate and misplaced. The school’s faculty and staff are compassionate people who put students’ interests first, as they did in this instance.”

Original Article:https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/04/29/lawsuit-alleges-student-committed-suicide-over-bullying-about-his-vaccination-status/

One thought on “Student Commits Suicide After Bullying for Being Unvaccinated”
  1. The inevitable result of state sanctioned bullying and identity politics. When government, media, bureaucrats, and political forces engage in divisionist public shaming and finger pointing aka “virtue signaling” real people suffer. This despicable behavior that is not just tolerated but implicitly encouraged those engaged in these practices are wholly responsible for the damage they inflict. If that child was being harassed for politically correct reasons that child would be alive today and the bullies publicly shamed. This ideological tactic can not continue. The school board and parents responsible for allowing the behavior to continue are entirely responsible and should be held accountable. Nothing can return this child to his family but perhaps his passing will serve to put others on notice and we will not tolerate ideological indifference for others personal choices particularly in this case in which the reason for bullying was not even valid. Even if it were the indifference shown shines a light on the consequences of intolerance of difference of opinion on whatever subject most often seen coming from the so called tolerant woke left. I don’t know the political leanings of this particular school but the patterns are clear and regular without very much exception. We’re not just talking ideology we’re talking about a real human child and that child should be alive today.

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