A new case of suffering school pushed a schoolgirl 14 years to throw Monday the seventh floor of the building Vénissieux, a suburb of Lyon, but his days were no longer in danger Tuesday.
Early Monday afternoon, the third college student Elsa Triolet Vénissieux, according to his family who had very difficult relationships with his comrades, was thrown into the void in front of his helpless father.
"I came, I saw my daughter on the window, I told him what + stops-you do + but + she told me it was too late, they bother me too much. I can not bear, "said the father of micro RTL.
"I came down from my house and I found my niece in a car. She was thrown out of the window, she was half unconscious and tried to help the fire department" For its part, told the press his uncle, Lahouri Makhlouf, still in shock at the foot of the building.
"Fortunately, she fell on her feet and buttocks," he said, noting that "for the moment she's fine," the parked vehicle with cushioned his fall.
Evacuated in serious condition in hospital Lyon-Sud, the teenager, who suffers from polyfractures should not be understood immediately by the investigators.
According to her uncle, she had confided to his family "since the start of classes" on its unraveled with four college girls "who wanted her back into their band", because they tell him, "Whoever is not in the band is lynch ".
"It's been almost a month since she pulled the alarm as how things are going badly in school, especially since it had to be really bad to get there," he said.
It also tells how, two weeks ago, his niece had returned home "completely shot". "She was torn face + shouting help me, help me + and at school when we went to see the manager, he did not really take it seriously I think," he said .
According to the principal of the college, Christine Gourjux, the schoolgirl was "late September entrusted his discomfort and suffering to various people in the establishment." "She no longer wanted to go to school, but continue to come to college," she said.
Ms. Gourjux said Monday that the teenager had asked his brother to pick her up at school, because "it was not good when out."
One of his comrades told AFP: "The other day she said 'I'm sick, everyone insults me, says some stuff about me as it is not even true all this, '"she said he would.
According to the rector of Lyon, the schoolgirl "had expressed his discomfort and was supported, since September 25, the senior advisor for education and a social worker."
"But it was never reported any harassment at the college," he told AFP a spokesman.
"The family had requested that changes schools," which had been accepted, they added.
Pending reassignment, "a management course was set up" and the schoolgirl went to the center of Documentation and Information (CDI), where he passed the course, it was explained.
"While we have not heard from everyone, avoid taking a position", said a judicial source told AFP, adding: "It is by hearing the girl that he will is ".