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Mother Files Lawsuit Following Daughter’s Suicide
Mother Files Lawsuit Following Daughter’s Suicide

Rio Allred, 12, died by suicide last March due to harassment and bullying from her classmates, and her mother is holding the school district accountable in a lawsuit for its inaction. Massillamany Jeter & Carson LLP partner Tom Blessing is representing Allred’s mother, Niki ...

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    Rio Allred, 12, died by suicide last March due to harassment and bullying from her classmates, and her mother is holding the school district accountable in a lawsuit for its inaction. Massillamany ...

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