A former Concord-Carlisle High School student who says she was mercillessly bullied for two years while administrators ignored her pleas for help filed a $2 million federal civil rights lawsuit Monday against the towns of Concord and Carlisle, the Concord-Carlisle school district, the superintendent, and the high school principal and former vice principal.
Isabella “Belle” Hankey, now 18, alleges in the suit that the abuse — which she says included death threats, crude slurs carved into her car, and feces being smeared on her car — caused her to suffer a pulmonary embolism and finish out her senior year in an alternative school.
“This was not a single isolated incident,” said Hankey’s attorney, Timothy M. Burke of Needham. “This went on for years, literally, two years.’’ Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.
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