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Social Media Users Label Kaylee Gain as a Bully, Not a Victim, Sparking Debate

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Last week, near Hazelwood East High School in St. Louis County, Missouri, a harrowing altercation unfolded, leaving one teen, Kaylee Gain, battling for her life. Gain, a student at the school, endured repeated blows to her head and bashed into the concrete during a brutal fight that shocked the community.

The assailant, identified as 15-year-old Maurnice DeClue, has been taken into custody and charged with assault. As the case unfolds, DeClue remains in police custody, awaiting further legal proceedings at the St. Louis County Family Court. The incident has sparked widespread outrage and many discussions across social media platforms.

Many social media voices call for DeClue to be tried as an adult, advocating for severe consequences for her actions. However, amidst the enthusiasm of the online discourse, there are diverging opinions on the matter.

Some individuals argue that Kaylee Gain may not be as innocent as portrayed, pointing to videos shared online allegedly depicting her engaging in violent behavior towards another student. Tariq Nasheed, a prominent figure on social media, recently uploaded videos purportedly showing Gain involved in altercations and boasting about them.

These revelations have led some to question the narrative surrounding Gain’s victimhood, with accusations labeling her as a bully.

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