Kashala Francis fight video: Press play to watch the video that shows classmates beating 13 year old Kashala Francis.
Kashala, a seventh-grader at Attucks Middle School in Houston, died Wednesday 24th April, 2019 morning at Texas Children’s Hospital, six days after being brutally beaten by three girls as she walked home from school last week.
Victor Senties, a spokesman for the Houston police, says authorities are treating Francis’ death as a homicide pending an autopsy.
Kashala Francis fight video:
Press play to watch Kashala Francis fight video below.
RIP 😢🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾 #kashalaFrancis 13 year old dies days later following an after school fight. Now #MamieJackson is left grieving the loss of her child because of some wild teens decided to jumped her child and aggravate an newly discovered brain 🧠 tumor…SMDH😤😠😠😠#Blacktwitter pic.twitter.com/iLMQsMIIs9
— Toya Johnson🦋 (@ToyaBK79) April 25, 2019
Kashala Francis was punched and kicked several times by two girls in an unprovoked attack last Thursday, before a third girl then jumped in and kicked Kashala in the head.
After the attack, Kashala had a bruise on her face, but insisted to her mum that she was OK.
But her condition took a drastic turn for the worse Sunday as the teen complained of an intense headache before falling unconscious and later into a coma.
Doctors at a hospital later found a tumor in her brain, as well as a buildup of fluid.
Kashala was pronounced dead at Texas Children’s Hospital early Wednesday.
Kashala Francis cause of death:
At the moment, police say it is unclear whether Kashala died from the injuries she sustained in the fight or succumbed as a result of a pre-existing medical condition.
Reacting to Kashala Francis death, her grieving mother Mamie Jackson, says her daughter “did not deserve” to be attacked and had no interest in fighting that day.
The distraught mother told KTRK.
“It’s not fair. She did not deserve that … I’ve never met a person who has come into contact with Kashala who has not fallen in love with her.
Why do I have to suffer? Why do I have to wake up and she’s not here?”
“So, if she had a tumor in her head that were we unknowing about, and somebody repeatedly stomped and kicked and punched you in your head — you’re not even fighting back — is it going to be better or is it going to be worse?”
No arrests had been made so far in the case.