‘Dog’ and ‘slut’ bully victim wins case against Sydney college

Source: SMH

A former student has won her negligence case against a Sydney Catholic girls’ school, which a judge found failed to take steps to stop her from being bullied.

Justice Monika Schmidt found Jazmine Oyston suffered psychiatric injury as a direct result of the school’s “failure to take the very steps it had devised to prevent such injury being inflicted by one student upon another”.

Ms Oyston, who was not present when the NSW Supreme Court judgment was delivered today, had sued St Patrick’s college in Campbelltown for negligence.

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