NJ Teens Charged After Viral TikTok ‘Skull Breaker’ Challenge Goes Predictably Wrong


    Lionel Bonaventure/Getty ImagesTwo New Jersey teenagers have been charged after a failed attempt at the viral “skull breaker” challenge resulted in the hospitalization of a seventh-grader with a serious head injury and seizure, prosecutors and family members said.The two students, who have not been identified because of their age, were both charged with third-degree aggravated assault and third-degree endangering the welfare of a child after the January incident spurred by the internet craze, the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office told The Daily Beast. While prosecutors wouldn’t provide details about the incident, the parents of the 13-year-old boy told local media outlets their 13-year-old son, from Cherry Hill, suffered a concussion and subsequent seizure from the prank.Read more at The Daily Beast.


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