Student Who Has Autism Allegedly Beaten At Bus Stop

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A student who has autism said Wednesday that he still experiences migraines after a bus stop beating.

Braxton Devault, 20, said that he was beaten by another student while he waited for a school bus to transport him to Pickaway Ross Vocational School.

“I was real scared because I didn’t know what happened,” Devault said. “I thought my nose was broken.”

Devault has autism and a seizure disorder, 10TV’s Jason Frazer reported.

He said that he blacked out at some point during the attack and believed that he had a seizure.

Devault said that witnesses told him the other boy walked away after the fight and that he woke up to find blood on his jacket.

“Braxton was hit so many times that, for some reason, his head had gotten broken open,” Tene Devault said.

Tena Devault, Braxton’s mother, said that she wants the alleged bully to be kicked out of school.

The Superintendent said that the alleged attacker had been punished, but would not give details.

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