KY (WAVE) – Family and friends rallied for a teen they claim was beat up
because she was a lesbian.
with the rain, the group gathered at Taylor Boulevard and Hathaway Avenue at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
Baptist Church Youth Minister Carol Harston said, "We gathered as a community
tonight at our church to talk about and process what happened and think about
how we can be there for her as she goes through this. And then we gathered here
to pray. To pray for love that is stronger than hate, that we might be that
community for her and for her family and her friends and this community."
Tuesday morning, the 17-year-old girl was rushed to the hospital with a broken
jaw with bruises and cuts covering her body after she and other teens were
have a vague description of the man who attacked the teens. If you or anyone
you know has information regarding the incident you are asked to call the
anonymous tip-line at (502) 574- LMPD.
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