Who was Julia Pernsteiner? Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, bullied by Jacksonville University track and field coach before suicide

Julia Pernsteiner

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FLORIDA: A 23-year-old Florida student-athlete who died by suicide on November 8, 2021, after suffering from a swell of abuse from her track coach, had allegedly complained to the police about the coach’s behavior a month before her death. Julia Pernsteiner from Jacksonville University had a learning disability for which she was cruelly scorned by the University’s track and field coach Ron Grigg.

The former coach Ron would demote Julia by calling her “fat and “retarded” before cutting her from the team without notice. Julia’s parents are suing Jacksonville University on the grounds that officials ignored her pleas for help. Ron would make offhand statements such as ” Why do I keep you around if you’re not smart and you’re not fast?” adding, “Go kill yourself. You’re awful,” reported Daily Mail.

A video recorded by the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office on October 22, revealed detailed scores of abuse Julia suffered by Ron. At one instance, Julia said after her grades started slipping, Ron called her and yelled saying, “You don’t know how to wipe your own f*****g ass. Everyone here is done with you. You’re the “Slowest f*****g runner on the planet. You’re an awful person,” reported the source.

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The age of Julia Pernsteiner was 23 years.

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In another instance, when Ron discovered Julia had started to voice his brutal abuse of her towards her, she would wake up to text messages from him that read, “You’re talking f ***** g nonsense. You always talk f ***** g nonsense.” Julia expressed that Ron would make her “mentally feel stupid” and that he was degrading her on a daily basis.” In another nod, the coach messaged his student from her saying, “You’re gonna f ***** g destroy this track team. You’re the one who is tearing it down.”

Moreover, the officer explains the alleged toxic behavior of the coach did not constitute a crime in Florida and that he couldn’t take an action unless Ron physically attacked or made a specific threat of violence against Julia. The student-athlete detailed another harrowing instance where Ron asked her, “I’ve never hit you, have I?” “I treat everyone like family. That’s why I can say what I say.”

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However, in a police report that was made after the interview detailing Ron’s behavior of her de ella, the sheriff’s deputy wrote that Julia was made aware that she was kicked off the team due to her falling grades and for being a whistleblower. “She advised that the head coach for track has caused her emotional distress by telling her to lose weight, threatening to kick her off the team, and saying that she is the worst on the team,” according to Fox News. Following her tragic death of her de ella, Ron resigned from his position de ella by him.Read More….

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