‘Lucky you are autistic, you can’t feel sexual abuse’: school tells 8-yr-old

‘Lucky you are autistic, you can’t feel sexual abuse’: school tells 8-yr-old

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The letter reads that the friend who abused him had threatened to kill him if he told anyone about the incident.

New South Wales: An eight-year-old boy, who was allegedly sexually abused for three weeks by his friend in a school in New South Wales, tried killing himself.

According to the Daily Mail, the young child wrote a heartbreaking suicide note to his mother, describing how he was sexually abused by his classmates in the school toilets, making him terrified of going to school.

The letter reads that the friend who abused him had threatened to kill him if he told anyone about the incident, due to which he started skipping school.

The shocking incident took place in 2014 for at least three weeks. The mother spoke to Daily Mail and revealed that her son had complained about the abuse to three teachers on different incidents, but they brushed him off and ignored his plight.

As the teachers failed to pay him any heed, the boy narrated the incident of how he had been abused on many occasions by another friend of his, who had touched him inappropriately in the school toilet.

‘At that point I didn’t know the extent of what happened – I was in shock,’ the mother told Daily Mail Australia. ‘We called the police and he told them what the other boy had done to him, and I just cried.’

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