The family of an NJ girl who committed suicide after being tormented is ready to sue the school district.

"We are investigating all legal options related to the unfortunate death of Adriana Kuch."


Jersey, New There are unsettling elements in this article. Please call the National Suicide Prevention Helpline at 988 if you or someone you know is contemplating suicide.
The family of 14-year-old Adriana Kuch, a student from New Jersey who committed suicide after allegedly being bullied to death, is getting ready to file a lawsuit against the Central Regional School District.

Michael Kuch, Adriana’s father, is represented by William A. Krais of Morristown’s Porzio, Bromberg & Newman. He claimed in a statement that he was submitting a tort claim, which the state requires before a case can be brought against a public agency.
According to Krais, “We are investigating all potential legal claims originating from the terrible death of Adriana Kuch.” “This covers potential allegations against Bayville, New Jersey’s Central Regional High School.”

According to Michael, Adriana’s family discovered her dead on February 3, two days after her beating, next to lockers at the school.


According to him, he escorted her to the neighborhood police station to report the event.
“We are in the process of filing a Tort Claims Notice with the Central Regional Board of Education,” Krais said. This is necessary under state law before suing a public body or employee, such as the school board or administration.

Adriana and a companion were shown in the video strolling down the corridor when a girl approached and began slapping Adriana in the face with a water bottle.
They continually kicked and battered her while she lay on the ground. The kid who recorded the video and uploaded it to social media could be heard cheering. The assault was eventually stopped by two school personnel.


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