A couple who say their schoolgirl girl was ‘harassed to death’ have hit out at the equity framework after her tormentors strolled free from court.
Ian and Sarah Lelonek guarantee 16-year-old Lauren endured years of physical mishandle and dangers over web-based social networking before she ended her life.
In spite of assembles to the police and conferences with Lauren’s school, Mr and Mrs Lelonek say little was done to help their girl. She was discovered hanging at the home she imparted to her folks and kin Courtney, 19, Alicia, 15, Isobel, nine, and Harrison, eight, in Northwich, Cheshire, last June.
The previous evening Mr Lelonek, 37, said he and his significant other were angry that domineering jerk Cassandra Taylor, 18, and another young lady, 17, who can’t be named for legitimate reasons, were given group disciplines in the wake of conceding bothering Lauren and another young lady for six months in the number one spot up to her passing.
‘They harassed Lauren to death and escaped with it,’ the postman said. ‘The critical step is knowing these young ladies are as yet strolling around. We’ve had no equity, we feel so let around the police, the school, everybody.’
Chester Youth Court heard that Taylor and her co-litigant physically and verbally tormented Lauren and the other schoolgirl, who can’t be named, between September 2015 and February 2016.
Mrs Lelonek, 34, said the tormenting started when Lauren began optional school however ventured up after the family announced an ambush episode to police.
‘Around that time Lauren was stuck against a fence by her throat, dragged to the floor by her hair and booted as she lay on the ground,’ Mrs Lelonek said. ‘We announced it to the police however she was known as a grass. They would sit tight for her outside school and make dangers. She experienced damnation for a considerable length of time, not only the six months they said in court. When she chose to split far from these young ladies the tormenting deteriorated.’
Lauren’s school, College of Chester Institute, in Northwich, done an interior examination concerning her passing. It said it was ‘not in a position to create an impression’ yesterday.
The Free Police Protestations Commission is likewise examining after Cheshire police alluded themselves over their treatment of occasions paving the way to Lauren’s passing. The court heard Lauren needed Taylor arraigned for ambush however police needed to manage it at a ‘more neighborhood’ level.
Derek McDonald, protecting, focused on that the arraignment was not ‘on the premise the young ladies were in any capacity specifically capable’ for Lauren’s passing. Taylor, who conceded to two tallies of badgering with dread of savagery, was given a 12-month group request and advised to complete 120 hours of unpaid work.
Her co-respondent was given a 12-month referral arrange in the wake of conceding similar offenses.
An examination into Lauren’s demise is normal in the not so distant future.
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