Teen Beaten For $900 Gucci Bag


Wow, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution has recently reported a kid getting beaten for a $900 Gucci bag. Here’s the story:

A 13-year-old boy required medical attention after being robbed of his Gucci backpack and beaten outside the theater Friday night at The Avenue Forsyth near Cumming. The teen sustained cuts and abrasions in the assault and was punched in the face, police said.

Roberto Emilio Basilio and Ayinde Kadeen Woodley, both 18, and Anthony Jason Riddle and Jose Luis Sotero, both 17, each face charges of theft by taking and robbery, both felonies, and battery, a misdemeanor, according to the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office. Investigators believe at least two others may also have been involved in the crime.

“It sounds like a bunch of kids got together and for whatever reason, decided to make mayhem at the Avenue,” Capt. Tim House with the sheriff’s office told Channel 2 Action News.

The crime was the latest in recent days at the shopping center, House said. A female reportedly was grabbed and a juvenile whose hat was taken told police someone pointed what appeared to be a pistol at him, House said.

Does anyone see anything wrong with a 13-year-old rocking a $900 bag? Or is just me?


  1. “Does anyone see anything wrong with a 13-year-old rocking a $900 bag? Or is just me?”

    No, just you. It’s quite telling you don’t seem to be bothered by the crime committed.

  2. Everytime kids like this get arrested the usual hue and cry is how these are pretty good kids,,,nonsense. Most of us would never contemplate committing a forced robbery of another to take what they have and then try and justify the crime by suggesting the victim is at fault for flaunting his possession. What kind of culture produces such a perverse moral relativism as you have displayed in your asinine diatribe. Keep playing the victimization card, devaluing hard work and education and this is what you will sow,, an 8×11 with bars. Your disgusting.


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