New Jersey Superintendent Attacks 14-Year-Old Girl Who Committed Suicide After Her Brutal Beating Was Posted Online
A New Jersey teen took her own life after a video of students beating her up at school was posted to social media.
14-year-old Adriana Kuch took her own life on February 3rd, just two days after the video of her beating was posted online.
Triantafillos Parlapanides, the Superintendent of New Jersey’s Central Regional School District told CBS, “We always address every issue of bullying and on the day of the incident four students were suspended.”
The Superintendent also attacked the deceased teen.
Triantafillos Parlapanides said the teen girl was on drugs and attacked her grieving father, claiming that his previous affair drove the victim’s mother to commit suicide.
The Daily Mail reported:
The heartless superintendent of the school where 14-year-old Adriana Kuch was beaten in the halls two days before killing herself has responded to questions about her death with smears against her grieving family.
In astonishing emails to DailyMail.com, Triantafillos Parlapanides, the Superintendent of New Jersey’s Central Regional School District who is paid $190,000-a-year, said Adriana – who killed herself in her bedroom closet on February 3 two days after being beaten – had been offered counseling ‘for drugs’.
He also made a shocking allegation against the girl’s grieving father Michael, a 22-year Army veteran, claiming he ‘had an affair’ when Adriana was seven that drove her mother to commit suicide, and later ‘moved the woman into the house’.
That ‘woman’ is Adriana’s stepmother, Michael’s wife Sarah, who spoke with DailyMail.com through tears on Friday morning as they prepared Adriana for visitation ahead of her funeral tomorrow.
When asked what services had been provided to her, Parlapanides said: ‘After [Adriana’s] mother’s suicide since her father was having an affiar [sic] at the end of her 6th grade.
‘Her father married the woman he had an affair with and moved her into the house.
‘Her grades and choices declined in 7th and 8th grade.
‘We offered her drug rehab and mental services on 5 occasions but father refused every time.’
He then claimed: ‘We tried helping her several time but mother’s suicide was a major reason she started making poor choices.’
Adriana’s father, Michael Kuch, told CBS if the police had been called right away, the savage teens wouldn’t have posted the video of the beating online.
“If they called the police and did an investigation, those girls would not have posted videos from school,” Kuch told CBS.
Michael Kuch also told CBS News that his daughter had bruises all over her body.
Mr. Kuch wants the entire school board gone and plans to take legal action.
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Author: Cristina Laila