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    Posted February 16, 2014 by
    Carson, California
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    Student gets kicked out of dorms for being a victim to psychic assault at University of Dominguez Hills in Carson, CA

    On January 17th, 2014 an 18 year old college freshman was attacked in the privacy of her home. Her roommate sent three girls to fight her due to previous text messages and social network between the two. The victim suffered a minor concussion from being kicked in the head, swollen cheekbone as well as her hair being pulled out tremendously. Victim is now being kicked out with nowhere to live and without the opportunity to appeal and without being refunded the money for the rest of the semester. The antagonist (roommate) was allowed to continue to live in the dorms even though she sent three girls to jump the victim (victim fought one girl). Earlier that day on January 17th, 2014 the victim window was busted in with glass shattered throughout the victim’s bed. The victim is now trying to seek justice but doesn’t have full knowledge how to get the justice she needs. The victim is now trying to figure out how justice could be served and she also decided to share it with the public because she has no one else to turn to. Due to the situation the victim doesn’t feel safe knowing that her antagonist was allowed to continue to live on school grounds. This situation has taken a negative toll on the victim in which the victim is emotionally damaged and unable to focus on her studies.

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