Anna-Chloé is a 6th grade student at the Private Catholic College Le Rocher in Chambéry, France, according to her mother, who shared the story on social media by calling for help.
According to the latter, her child has suffered from “racist verbal and even physical violence” since the start of the school year.
She failed to meet with the junior high school administration after her daughter replied to a racist insult, despite having sought several to meet them.
The last straw took place on Wednesday, December 15. The 11-year-old girl was again physically assaulted and injured in the face.
“Arrived at the hospital when the doctors took off the bandage that the firefighters had put on, I saw a hole on her face with the eye that could be seen from the outside” she said adding that the result a CT scan “shows that she also had a broken nose.”
The worst part, she said, was that she had no support from school or a call to see how her daughter was doing.
After going to school the next day to find out what had really happened, she said she was coldly greeted by the head of the establishment who told her that the surveillance cameras of the school did not back up the incident.
“I want justice done to my little Chloe,” she wrote with someone crying emojis. She regrets that her child’s face is “damaged at only 11 years old”.
Internet users have widely reported the story calling for justice. An Internet user asked him, for example, to file a complaint for “incitement to hatred, non-assistance to a person in danger”.