Freshman high school student assaulted by awful item in locker room

Freshman high school student assaulted by awful item in locker room

A freshman boy at a PA high school was trying to leave a locker room and that’s when he was assaulted by three upper-classman with a BROOM HANDLE. We’re not fully sure on the details in which the broom handle was used, but reports state that no sexual crime was committed.

Last Updated Mar 4, 2016 2:51 PM EST  Three senior football players at a suburban Philadelphia high school have been charged with assaulting a freshman with a broom handle on what the team called "No Gay Thursday," a prosecutor announced Friday.  Three 17-year-old students at Conestoga High School held down a 14-year-old boy on Oct. 15 and penetrated him with the broom handle while he screamed, Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan said.  After the charges were announced, longtime head football coach John Vogan was suspended from all coaching duties pending the outcome of an investigation by the Tredyffrin/Easttown School District.  The school investigation will "determine whether or not code of conduct violations occurred, the awareness and level of supervision provided by the coaching staff, and what further measures can promote inclusive and respectful behavior," Superintendent Richard Gusick wrote on the district's website, adding that students could face "firm but fair consequences."  The 14-year-old told his father about the incident last month, CBS Philadelphia reports. The father went to the school district. The school district immediately alerted police and the DA's office.  There is no evidence the coaching staff was aware of the assault on the 14-year-old or the team's hazing culture, Hogan said, because coaches typically stayed out of the locker room.  "This was generally upperclassmen doing this to the underclassmen. Bigger kids doing it to smaller kids. Hazing," he said.  Vogan told The Associated Press that he had no comment.  The suspects were charged as juveniles with assault, conspiracy, unlawful restraint, terroristic threats and other offenses.  They will not face sexual assault charges because the law requires a motive of sexual gratification, which was not the case here, Hogan said.  Authorities said the assault occurred after underclassmen were told to strip to their underwear and clean the team locker room at the school in Berwyn, about 25 miles northwest of Philadelphia. The 14-year-old stripped to his boxers, but when he decided he wanted no further part of it and tried to leave the locker room, he was blocked, held down and attacked, the prosecutor said.  The 14-year-old was arrogant about making the varsity team, and that rankled the older players, Hogan said.  "It just happened to be a perfect storm of this 'No Gay Thursday' tradition and them not liking this freshman and taking it out on him in a pretty horrible way," he told the AP.  "No Gay Thursdays" was a tradition starte

Three students at Conestoga High School in Chester County, Pennsylvania, are accused of targeting a fresher who was trying to leave the locker room.

Police have charged all three senior, who were 17 at the time of the incident, as juveniles. They face assault, unlawful restraint, making threats, and related offenses.

What does someone do to incite others to attack them with the back end of a broom stick? Or what group of sick students attack a boy who is by himself? Those kids need help!

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