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Disabled Student Assaulted by Students after Teacher organized Fight Club in the Classroom in Indiana

Disabled Student Assaulted by Students after Teacher organized Fight Club in the Classroom in Indiana

Indianapolis, IN: An Indiana educator is facing allegations of encouraging and instigating his second-grade students to assault a disabled classmate, according to a lawsuit.

A number of school personnel, including Julious Johnican of Indianapolis, Indiana’s George Washington Carver School No.87, are listed in the lawsuit that the boy’s mother filed on Tuesday.

As the case unfolds, it becomes clear that Johnican was involved in a series of assaults on the kid during the 2023–24 school year. The boy was allegedly “thrown to the ground, struck, slapped, and hit in the head repeatedly,” with Johnican allegedly holding the boy on two separate occasions while his assailants punched, hit, and kicked him.

Johnican is not facing any criminal charges at this time. Police in Indianapolis are looking into the allegations in the lawsuit, according to a spokeswoman who spoke with PEOPLE.

The youngster confided in his mother about the alleged maltreatment shortly after the start of the school year. According to the lawsuit, when the mother attempted to bring it up with Johnican, he supposedly “dismissed” her accusations, casting him in a negative light and suggesting he suffers from a mental disorder.

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According to the complaint, while meeting with the boy’s parents to talk about his behavior, Johnican inadvertently revealed the abuse. Despite his best intentions, he aired a video of the alleged assault while attempting to demonstrate the boy’s parents the “classroom environment,” according to the lawsuit.

Johnican inadvertently turned up the volume as the parents reached for the phone. The parents supposedly came to the realization that he had been “encouraging the beating of their disabled seven-year-old,” according to the lawsuit.

The lawsuit also names the following individuals: Aleesia Johnson, the superintendent of Indiana Public Schools, Mary Kapcoe, the principal of the school, the assistant principal, a substitute teacher, and a behavioral consultant.

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