A video taken at Arvin High School shows what appears to be students bullying another student while giving him a haircut.
The video shows kids at Arvin High School shaving the head of another kid, leaving him with patches of bald spots. He is seen wiping away tears, as the text on the screen says he was pressured into the incident.
In an interview with Turn To 23, the boy’s mother, Flor Santiago, shared that she would like to see the school take action against the bullies and ensure that the children know that bullying will not be tolerated. She said in the interview:
“We want those kids to be punished and to understand that what they did was not right. hey cannot continue to hurt others.”
Santiago says her son has long hair because he likes it and takes good care of it, and adds the other students did not have permission to do that to her child, relaying that he said he was pressured into it.
The youngster’s aunt, Abe Santiago, also shared in the interview that this was not the first time he was being bullied by fellow students. She said:
“The parents should see the type of kids they are raising. Other times they are telling him things and also hitting him in the stomach, apparently conducing him for someone else. But we both know that you can’t just go up to someone and hit them in the stomach and say, ‘I was confused of who it was.'”
In a social media post, the educational institution announced that they were taking action against the students who bullied the youngster. Their official statement read:
“In regards to the recent events at AHS, please know the school has taken and will continue to take action. Due to the ages of those involved, disciplinary actions will and must remain confidential… We do not condone these actions and please know we do educate against bullying.”
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