Two teenage girls will be voluntarily interviewed by police later this week after a violent video put on social media showed a boy being kicked in the head.
Jake Andrews, 14, was attacked outside Emersons Green library last week and the brave schoolboy put the video footage his friend had taken of the attack on to Facebook.
The shocking footage showed the Winterbourne International Academy being restrained by two girls and kicked in a video which has been viewed on Facebook more than half a million times.
Jake’s mum Clare said she was proud of her son for not retaliating despite the violence from the women.
“It really did leave him shaken, bruised and sore,” said Clare from Yate.
“I think he put it on Facebook because he wanted to get the message out there that violent behaviour was just not acceptable.
“We brought him up not to hit girls and the footage really shows that.
“As I mum I just could not watch it. I saw the first kick and I haven’t been able to see the rest of it.
“It has been a very stressful time for us all and we are proud of him.”
Clare called the police after she saw a snippet of the video footage taken at around 6.30pm on Tuesday, June 7.
Jake made a statement to police that night, but officers are yet to make any arrests.
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