Vénissieux: the deputy principal of a college files a complaint after being threatened with death by a student

Vénissieux: the deputy principal of a college files a complaint after being threatened with death by a student
Vénissieux: the deputy principal of a college files a complaint after being threatened with death by a student

The deputy principal of a college in Vénissieux, near Lyon, was threatened with death by a third-year student, when she was summoned to his office.

The Lyon academy informs Le Parisien that the deputy principal of the Honoré-de-Balzac college filed a complaint this Friday, confirming information revealed by our colleagues at BFM Lyon. “The deputy principal filed a complaint and according to established protocol, a report to the public prosecutor was made,” specifies the rectorate. “The deputy principal is accompanied by the rectorate services from whom he has made a request for functional protection which will be granted to him,” adds the institution.

“An investigation into a death threat against a person responsible for a public service mission entrusted to the Interdepartmental Directorate of the National Police” has been opened, the Lyon Prosecutor’s Office reported to Le Parisien.

This altercation took place when the student was the subject of a summons to which she refused to comply. At this time, the reason for this initial summons is not known.

According to BFMTV, the 14-year-old student told the educational manager “I’m going to screw you”, while holding scissors in his hand. She then bragged about it on social networks. “Disciplinary measures will take place in the coming days for the student concerned,” reports the rectorate.

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