BREAKING: Charges Pending Against Transgender Student Seen Assaulting Girl In Viral Video

Reduxx has confirmed that a petition has been received by the Washington County Juvenile Court and charges are now pending in the case of a transgender student caught on film violently attacking a female student at Hazelbrook Middle School in Tualatin, Oregon.

Last night, a viral clip began circulating on social media depicting a trans-identified male assaulting a female student without provocation. The clip was initially uploaded to Instagram and X (formerly Twitter) by Ben Edtl, the Republican nominee for the Senate district in which the school is situated.

Edtl later uploaded additional clips purporting to show the same student assaulting other girls.

While details were initially limited, Reduxx spoke with a representative at Hazelbrook Middle School and received confirmation that an assault had taken place at the school last week.

Following the confirmation, Reduxx reached out to the Tualatin Police Department, which revealed that they had received a report of assault at the school, and had passed the case on to the Washington County Juvenile Department (WCJD).

Reduxx has now received a statement from WCJD Director Ray Cameron, who confirmed that the student was now being processed.

“A petition has been filed with the Juvenile Court and the charges are pending. In light of Oregon records law pertaining to juveniles, we are not able to comment further regarding this particular youth,” Cameron said. “The Washington County Juvenile Department remains committed to enhancing community safety and breaking the cycle of delinquency through effective evidence-based intervention practices and holding youth accountable for their behavior.”

On September 27, in obvious anticipation of the community blowback, the Tigard-Tualatin School District held an emergency “Student Safety and Well Being” forum in which principals from multiple schools within the district gathered to respond to parental concerns. Along with the principals, the District Superintendent and three police officers were also on the panel.

During the forum, Superintendent Sue Rieke-Smith repeatedly affirmed that the District did not have a “zero tolerance” policy on student misconduct, leading to obvious confusion and concern amongst the parents in attendance.

Rieke-Smith attempted to assure parents that “zero tolerance” policies on violent behavior are ineffective, and raise the risks for potentially deadly retaliation by students against the schools they felt “excluded” from. In response, one parent asked if the District was “prepared for lawsuits” to be filed against it.

At one point during the question and answer period, a father became visibly upset and stormed out of the room. The heated back-and-forth he was having with Reike-Smith was censored by the school in its recording of the forum.

Rieke-Smith, along with some principals from District schools, also noted that there was a trend amongst students of committing misbehavior or starting fights for the explicit purposes of uploading footage to social media for “likes.” While they refused to specifically comment on the incident at Hazelbrook during the forum, it was heavily implied that may have been the case.

The Tigard-Tualatin School District has a history of particularly progressive policies pertaining to gender ideology.

In 2013, the District became the first in Washington County to introduce “gender neutral” bathrooms at all of its secondary schools in an effort to be more “inclusive” of transgender and non-binary students. At the time, a District spokesperson stated that transgender students were already are permitted to use whichever restroom they prefer or staff restrooms.

Earlier this year, Twality Middle School in the Tigard-Tualatin School District came under fire after it was learned that students had been permitted to skip class in order to watch a TV show promoting the medical transitioning of minors.

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