A Florida mother has sued her daughter’s school and Instagram after the teen was illegally arrested for making false threats.
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13-year-old eighth-grader Nia Uhims was arrested Nov. 19 after one of her former classmates created a fake Instagram profile using her name and sent messages to her own profile threatening to blow up the Renaissance Charter School and kill several people. The lawsuit alleges that police arrested Primha without evidence and were unable to “promptly investigate information that can be easily found.” The detention led to the fact that Caprice was forced to stay in a juvenile detention center for 11 days. The lawsuit also alleges that Primha was the victim of bullying, and other girls from her class often attacked her.
“In particular, during the last week of August 2021, around 27 August and28th Plaintiff LASLY ANN DAVIS TELLS RCS ABOUT INCIDENCE WITH BULLY AND REQUEST A MEETING to investigate these incidents. RCS ignored these requests and was unable to investigate or otherwise respond to the reports bullying received from plaintiff LEZLIE-ANN DAVIS. The bullying did not subside during the school year. NW was the recipient of frequent vicious and ruthless attacks by her classmates and in particular several other girls she identified her mother as the one beating the PnZ “
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Due to the lack of disciplinary sanctions at the school, Davis transferred her daughter from school to arrest. Instagram has also been accused of negligence and failure to provide information that would allow investigators to determine whether Whims was innocent. The family is seeking $ 30,000 in damages and payment for Uchims ’mental health treatment due to the psychological and emotional suffering of the arrest.
The 12-year-old student was arrested for the crime last month after investigators obtained new evidence after obtaining IP addresses from reports.