Former O’Donel High School student says he was brutally assaulted by six boys at last year’s New Year’s Eve party
Parents of a teenage boy from Mount Pearl wondered where to go after he felt dangerous on school grounds on suspicion of a violent attack on his son by his classmates.
A former O’Donel high school student said he had been brutally assaulted by six boys at a New Year’s Eve party last year, and police later said his life was endangered.
The boy’s father, Glenn Sullivan, told CBC News from his driveway at Mount Pearl’s home. “He didn’t come out of the room for about three weeks on suspicion of an attack,” Sullivan said, saying that his son trembled and shed blood after kicking his head many times. explained. “His face was completely malformed and deaf for about a month,” Sullivan said.
The boy’s father, Glenn Sullivan, told CBC News from his driveway at Mount Pearl’s home that the six boys followed him to the wooded area they surrounded him and started beating badly till he was unrecognized.
“He didn’t leave the room for about three weeks,” Sullivan said on suspicion of an attack, explaining that his son had a severe concussion and bloody eyes after kicking his head many times.
Sullivan said his face was not recognized and he was not able to hear for around a month.
The boy’s mother, Jana Sullivan, picked up her son that night and told CBC News that her head-to-toe blood was covered with cauliflowered ears, a puffy nose, and two black eyes. Her son says the boys beat him till he was unconscious and knocked him and threw his cell phone into a nearby grove. She said he woke up when the phone rang.
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