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The children who mercilessly attacked a 12-year-old autistic boy in movies that went viral are dealing with “swift and immediate” self-discipline from their Oklahoma faculty, so says MMA star Justin Wren.
Wren befriended Rayden Overbay when he noticed the disturbing footage of scholars repeatedly mocking and beating the child due to his disabilities … and he is main the cost to make issues proper.
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Wren appeared on “TMZ Reside” on Friday and mentioned the college has made it clear to Rayden’s household that they are going to NOT tolerate violent bullying.
“Fortunately, Rayden’s dad says the college has taken swift and immediate motion,” Wren mentioned.
“I am unable to talk about whats occurred with the children as a result of they’re minors, however they’re taking motion and they’re being held accountable.”
Wren says regardless of what we have all seen within the movies, the college has rallied round Rayden — similar with a neighborhood church youth group, which has embraced the 12-year-old.
As we beforehand reported, Rayden — who’s autistic, diabetic and deaf in his proper ear — was so distraught from the repeated beatings, he was writing suicidal messages on his arm.
Wren says a very powerful factor to him now could be to proceed to introduce Rayden to individuals who will love and help him … and stand as much as anybody who tries to bully him.
Wren has additionally facilitated conferences with a few of Rayden’s sports activities heroes — from WWE star Mick Foley to the L.A. Chargers.
Within the three weeks Wren has spent with Rayden, he is modified his life — getting Rayden medical assist for concussions he suffered from the assaults … and introducing him to enjoyable new meals like cotton sweet grapes!!!
Even Cleveland Browns QB Baker Mayfield reached out to supply his love and help.