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A father in Florida said Thursday that his daughter tried to commit suicide because the school encouraged others to call her a boy and gave her a new name, while not mentioning rent for meetings that discuss her gender.
During his appearance in The Ingraham Angle, Wendell Perez said an elementary school counselor went to court after his 12-year-old daughter said she tried to commit suicide due to gender issues. Perez said the counselor told him he had not been informed of his daughter’s condition because of his “Catholic faith.”
“The counselor had secret meetings with our daughter about sex. She was prepared for something unusual and inspired her,” Perez told Laura Ingraham and that her daughter was at home with her family.
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According to Perez, the counselor harassed his daughter several times in front of other students, calling her by different names and rhymes. He added that the school had accused him of lying and had been “arrogant” in his correspondence with him and the public.
“No one but us is willing to deal with it, not the school, the rent. The school broke it,” Perez said.
Perez’s attorney, Vernadett Broyls, supported his client’s statement, noting that the rent was related to “understanding” and “supporting” the right to raise their children according to their beliefs. the eyes of school officials.
“It’s about understanding that kids aren’t ordinary creatures of the state,” Broyls added.
In a statement, Clay County schools said they were not given a legal process and could not comment on the contents of any application filed with the court.
“As presented to us, the district conducted a thorough and thorough investigation into the matter and found that the allegations made by this non-governmental organization were completely false, fabricated and intended only for the purpose. to provoke the public, ”said a statement from Clay County Schools.
When later pressed, the school district said the school administration’s actions were “not strictly as described.”