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Mom Shared Plea To Bullies Who’ve Tormented Her Son, 11 Since He Was Three

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Mom Shared Plea To Bullies Who’ve Tormented Her Son, 11 Since He Was Three

‘He’s not your punching bag!’

A distraught mother recently took to Facebook to give a message of defiance to the bullies who have made the life of her 11-year-old son a nightmare since he was three.

Amy Hanson, 31, from Kirkby Ashfield, in a post, shared more than 120,000 times, called Jayden a ‘broken child’, adding that she hopes his bullies can see the ‘ harm’ they have done.

Amy Hanson, 31, from Kirkby Ashfield took to Facebook to give a message of defiance to the bullies who have made the life of her 11-Year-Old son a nightmare

The mom-of-four revealed she was speaking out after being sent footage showing Jayden, who was partially deaf being punched, strangled and slapped while on a school bus.

Mrs. Amy admitted Jayden returned home afterward and didn’t mention a word about the incident despite being questioned. Jayden, according to Amy responded: ‘I am used to it now.’

Amy, a hospital worker wrote on Facebook:

The mother continued revealing she was left in tears after receiving a text exchange with the abusive video two weeks back. Since shared online, Amy and Husband Daniel, 34 questioned Jayden who doesn’t like leaving his bedroom what had transpired.

Amy Hanson, With Husband Daniel, 34 & Jayden

‘Mum, it’s OK. Please don’t get involved. I am used to it now.’ Jayden told his mother. Amy acknowledged that Jayden has been bullied for several years and until now it was just verbal abuse.

‘It was name-calling, where bullies would tell him he was fat or deaf. He has since been a target from the nursery at around three. One time, Jayden wore a Nike hat on the non-uniform day and his bullies took it off, chucked it around and dubbed it fake.’ Amy explained.

She continued: ‘It affected him a lot. Jayden is cheery and quite bubbly, he isn’t a troublesome boy and would do anything for anybody. It has, however, affected his confidence and he doesn’t like leaving his bedroom.’

Nevertheless, Jayden following the horrible attack has now returned to school. Processes, on the other hand, are being put in place with Jayden going into school later, and leaving early.

Interestingly, Jayden has been offered free boxing lessons by Neil Huntley, who runs boxing sessions at Revolution Gym in Sutton.

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