The $25 million lawsuit resulting from a classroom confrontation between a Columbus teen and a contracted behavior specialist has been ordered into mediation. Montravious Thomas,... Columbus lawsuit over classroom incident moving to mediation

The $25 million lawsuit resulting from a classroom confrontation between a Columbus teen and a contracted behavior specialist has been ordered into mediation. Montravious Thomas, then 13, had his right leg amputated below the knee after Bryant Mosley allegedly “body-slammed” him five times during the physical alternation Sept. 12, 2016, in an alternative school, the Thomas family’s lawyers have said.

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