Earlier this week another disturbing attack at a middle school; this time in Central Falls.
She was beaten and then hospitalized after a vicious attack.
Tonight we have her exclusive story.
Sheilanies Ocasio says, "She threw me against the table., and I fell under and they were just kicking me I was getting kicked multiple times."
Mark Curtis says, "And how long did this last?"
Sheilanies says, "2 to 3 minutes."
13 year old Sheilanies Ocasio describes a brutal attack that took place Monday morning, in the cafeteria at Calcutt Middle School, in Central Falls. The attack left her with bruises all over her body, including this one on her forehead; she must also wear a neck brace until further notice, and a chunk of her hair was ripped right out of her scalp. Then there are the emotional injuries:
Sheilanies says, "Well its unfair to me because I can't go to school and stuff. And they can. They can laugh about it but the one that is getting hurt is me. because I had to stay in the hospital."
Sheilanies and her family say the bullying has gone on for years.
"They say it looks like I have Down's Syndrome and that nobody likes me and like they don't want me to be in that school and stuff.
Mark Curtis says "Now here's where the story gets curious. When ABC-6 first contacted the middle school we were told there was no such incident on Monday. Well guess what we found. A Central Falls police report indicating the attack Monday as described to investigators by Sheilanies and her mom."
Later in the day, the school district issued a statement, finally acknowledging the incident, stating:
"There was a brief altercation between two female students on Monday. All investigative statements and reports indicate that no one was injured. The parents of the two students were called immediately and upon arrival met with school administrators."
But, ABC 6 has exclusively obtained the hospital reports that paint a far different story, confirming that Sheilanies in fact sustained a concussion, and the other injuries.
Sheilanies' mother says, "I feel angry. I feel very angry that they didn't do absolutely nothing. They didn't even call the ambulance at the moment. Not even the cops."
Sheilanies is hoping to go back to school once her injuries heal. She just wants the bullying to stop.
"The shouldn't be doing that. And I think they are doing that because they feel bad about themselves," she says.
Central Falls police continue to investigate. Mark Curtis ABC 6 news.