Little girl raped in school bathroom by 8-year-old, but that's not the worst part
Nothing disgusts me more than stories about rape, but what makes me even sicker to my stomach is when I hear about underage kids committing the act. A 10-year-old unnamed girl from Oklahoma City told her mother that she was sexually assaulted by an 8-year-old boy in a bathroom stall at school.
If that wasn't horrifying enough, you won't BELIEVE who helped him carry out this despicable attack.
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The rape occurred at Edgemere Elementary shortly after the school day ended and shocked the girl's mother who spoke to media regarding the incident. According to the mom, she recalls her daughter running out of the school crying as she waited for her outside. When she asked her shaken up 10-year-old what happened, the little girl said: "Mama, they touched me down there."
The child then went on to explain in graphic detail how she went into the bathroom as school was ending and that a boy and his sister--a classmate--cornered her in the bathroom. The boy reportedly pulled down his pants and the victim's while his 10-year-old sister held her down as he raped her.
The mother disturbed by what happened to her daughter immediately called police and took her to the hospital where she was examined and doctors confirmed that she had been sexually assaulted.
From what the victim recalls, she said she was screamed for help but the brother-sister duo threatened to beat her up if she didn't comply with them. The mother told the TV station, "I'm not just blaming the kids, I blame the teachers that are supposed to protect our kids when they're at school."
I agree that schools need stronger security now more than ever, but I don't blame them, I blame the parents. In fact, there shouldn't even be stories about children that young raping other students. Children that young learn from the things they see at home. It disturbs me that parents with young kids now have to worry about horrible things like this possibly happening to their children in the place they should be safest. I hope those children involved in the attack have their parents investigated as well because clearly something is not right in their homes. My thoughts and prayers are with the victim who experienced something so traumatic that no woman should ever have to face in her lifetime.
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