Teen’s mother says school did not protect daughter from bully who attacked her in video

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WARNING: The video of the fight might be unsuitable for some viewers

FREDERICK, Colo. -- A possible case of bullying happened outside Frederick High School in which a teenager was attacked by another student and it was recorded on a cellphone.

The mother of the teen who was attacked said administrators at the St. Vrain Valley School District did nothing to protect her daughter.

The video of what happened is full of profanity and threats. Then, a teenage girl charged the other girl and attacked.

"It makes me angry," the attacked girl's mother said.

Her daughter said she didn't see the other girl coming and says she remembers very little after the punching started.

She said the girl who attacked her was angry after they dated the same student.

The teen's mom said that while the bully deserves the blame, she believes school administrators deserve some as well.

The school district has not provided a response for comment.


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