In a June 25 interview on ‘Today’, bullied bus monitor Karen Klein revealed her plans for the almost $650,000 that has been donated to her thus far.
Everyone has seen the video of Karen Klein, 68, being tormented by teens on a school bus. After receiving verbal and physical abuse, supporters around the world have donated hundreds of thousands of dollars. On the Today show, she told Ann Curry what she planned on doing with her newfound fortune.
Elderly bus monitor Karen Klein thinks her teen bullies should be suspended from the school bus for a year but I think their parents have to answer for the despicable behavior of their kids as well.
Watching Karen Klein‘s 13 and 14-year-od bully boys attack her relentlessly for being in their words, ‘fat’, ‘sweaty ‘and ‘ugly’, made me disgusted but also sad for these clearly troubled kids.
Bus monitor Karen Klein finally received apologies from the middle schoolers who bullied her. We’re definitely happy to hear that! Read on for more details.
Finally there’s a semi-happy ending to this heartbreaking story.
Outrage has erupted after a 10-minute viral video of Karen Huff Klein has surfaced. She was seen wiping away tears after being relentlessly name-called and threatened by middle school students. Watch her interview with TODAY below.
Karen Huff Klein, a bus monitor in the Greece Central School District in upstate New York suffered humiliating taunts and epithets.