Nadin Khoury went back to school today. And things didn’t go so well. He wasn’t beaten or bullied, but he did get a lot of attention — some negative — from fellow teachers and students as a result of his television appearances.
The 13-year-old made headlines when Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood released the video of seven teenagers attacking Khoury. But he became better known from appearances on The View and other local news channels.
Fox29 talked to Khoury, who said he doesn’t want to go back to his school.
As Carolyn Beeler reported last week, experts say victims face prolonged impacts from having their attacks broadcast online. But what about the effects of multiple media appearances?