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12-Year-Old Dancer Attacked in Missouri Will get Blueprint terminate from Chums, Family and Fundraiser

Missouri Assault
Fundraiser Helps Younger Dancer
Right via Restoration from Vicious Attack

7/8/2020 12: 50 AM PT


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Or now no longer it is most now no longer going to accept sense of the brutal, random act of violence in opposition to a 12-one year-prone dancing in the boulevard, but humanity’s intellectual via to lend a hand out the victim.

The nerve-racking minute one’s title is Ethan, and his mother, Stephanie Hagler, tells TMZ … extra than 400 of us — household, pals and strangers alike — like raised extra than $14,000 up to now to quilt his scientific bills and extra.

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Ethan’s mother says the the leisure of the money raised will dart in opposition to his tuition on the Fingerprint Urban Dance Studio, in Cape Girardeau, MO for the subsequent several years. The studio will accept some enhancements too — love a brand current security machine — and Ethan wants to build some money in opposition to its annual festival.

As for his properly being, Stephanie tells us her son’s serene shaken up over the assault, and disquieted to assemble. She says he’s skittish somebody obtainable also can strive and damage him yet again, and the nerve-racking ordeal is requiring day-to-day treatment classes.

Ethan’s also dealing with the outcomes of a concussion — dizziness and headaches — but his mother says the “overwhelming toughen from pals and community contributors has been making Ethan feel better.” We’re advised of us were bringing him items, as properly … along with a picture by one in every of his honest correct friend’s of us.

As we reported … Ethan modified into with his dance trainer, Micheal Curry, Friday evening when he modified into sucker punched by a man police ID’d as Cedric Charles Moore Jr. — who’s been charged with criminal assault and criminal minute one endangerment for the attack. Police officers are serene having a check out for him.

Curry, who recorded the video of the assault and is the proprietor of Fingerprint, tells us his neighborhood of dance kids is hitting terminate on all boulevard performances for now.

Nonetheless, Curry says he and Ethan are scheduled to assemble a DJ net site at a local joint in August … and he hopes it will lend a hand Ethan net his self belief, while giving the community a substitute for mask toughen.

He says he’s labored with Ethan for 4 years, and he’s thankful for the toughen they’ve already gotten — but his foremost focal point helps his kids net their belief in humanity.

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