The Juvenile Court number 3 of Malaga has acquitted a teenager who was accused of harassment in a Marbella institute to a classmate who attempted suicide on February 1, 2019.

The sentence, to which Efe has had access and which can be appealed before the Provincial Court, exonerates the minor – who was 14 years old when the events occurred – from up to six crimes he was charged with: against moral integrity, injuries, coercion, threats, slight continued abuse and slight continued threats.

Judge Nuria Alonso Monreal considers that “what the only one that has been proven ”is a mutual aggression between the two adolescents on October 25, 2018, when he was under 14 years of age, in addition to “mutual insults”.

The judge considers that this “is not enough” to conclude, as requested by the private prosecution, that the medication intake by the young woman in February 2019 it would have been produced by the action of his partner.

It also points out that “ more serious behaviors reported by the victim are attributed to other minors, but not being 14 years old, the proceedings were not directed against them ”.

In the complaint filed by the victim on February 5, 2019, four minors were mentioned and it was stated that the The main conflict was between the young woman and another partner, but not the one who has been judged.

The court ruling considers it proven that the defendant did not make the girl the so-called “kill lion”, an assault consisting of grab by the neck and cause a blackout for lack of air.

The minor, who was 13 years old, forced her expulsion from the institute on January 31, 2019 due to the situation she was experiencing and the next day she took the medication for which she had to be admitted to the hospital.

The sentence states that there is no civil liability, that the private prosecution requested for the institute, the Ministry of Education of the Junta de Andalucía, the director of the center, the deputy director, the head of studies and the tutor.

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