Boy, 5, Threatens To Slit Girl’s Throat In Kindergarten

Fri, May 16, 2014 3:36pm EST by 7 Comments
Kindergarten Boy Threatens Slit Girls Throat
Courtesy of WISN

This is horrifying! A 5-year-old kindergarten student told one of his classmates he wanted to slit her throat and ‘watch her bleed.’

Brian Metzger, the father of a little girl, 6, has taken a restraining order out on one of her classmates at Prairie Lane Elementary School in Kenosha, Washington after he threatened to kill her. The boy, 5, not only told the little girl he wanted to slit her throat, but allegedly bullied her repeatedly by kicking her and throwing sand and rocks at her.

Kindergarten Boy Threatens To Slit Girl’s Throat

A 6-year-old girl has been bullied by her 5-year-old kindergarten classmate all year, according to her father Brian.

Not only did the boy attempt to inflict physical harm on Brian’s daughter, but he recently terrified the girl when he threatened to kill her and watch her bleed to death.

“She came home and said a student threatened her by saying, ‘I want to slit your throat and watch you bleed,'” Brian told his local news affiliate, WISN.

Brian also claims that the little boy has been bullying other students in his daughter’s class. Despite complaints in regards to the boy’s actions, the school refused to properly discipline the boy for his actions.

Once Brian heard about the death threat, he took matters into his own hands and filed for a restraining order against the 5-year-old bully with local police.

“Now that I’ve done all this, they finally took him out of the classroom my daughter is in, but it’s not enough,” Brian told another local news outlet.

“I want him removed from the school district period.”

Brian has received backlash since his decision to get the police involved, and he says that multiple people commented him on social media and told him he should have worked out the situation with the boy’s parents. However, Brian claims it is the school’s responsibility to contact the other child’s parents.

Kenosha Unified School District spokeswoman Tanya Ruder spoke to media about the alleged bullying, and they claim there is more to the situation than we know.

“There’s always two sides to every story.”

A court hearing has been set for May 20 in regards to the restraining order.

— Lauren Cox

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