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Group Of Thugs Steal Teen’s Cellphone, Text His Mother ‘I’m Gay’

| by Sarah Fruchtnicht

A group of thugs in Seattle allegedly stole a 16-year-old boy’s cellphone and text messaged his mother “I’m gay.”

The boy was waiting for a bus around 4 p.m. last Tuesday, when he was suddenly punched in the face.

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He says four men attacked him and when he fought back he dropped his phone and backpack. He suffered a cut to his face and injuries to a tooth.

When someone yelled at the boys to break it up, the thugs took the victim’s phone and bag with them.

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When he arrived home the teen’s mother said she had received a text from him that read: “I’m gay, you know that.”

The teen told police he thought he recognized a former classmate among the robbers, KOMO reported. He described the suspect as a 16-year-old Hispanic male, about 5-foot-8 with a medium build, short black hair and a lip ring.

He reportedly did not recognize the other three suspects.

Sources: New York Daily News, KOMO

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