Adriana kuch died: know What happened to her ?

Adriana Kuch’s untimely death on February 3, 2023, left her loved ones bereft. The 14-year-old from Bayville committed suicide by hanging due to the fallout from a physical altercation with another girl that was filmed and subsequently shared online. As a result of the ensuing bullying and harassment, Adriana faced extreme psychological distress which became too much for her to bear; ultimately forcing her to take such drastic measures to end her life.

What actually happened ?

It is heartbreaking to hear of the tragic death of 14-year-old Adriana Kuch, who was fatally injured two days after being physically attacked by a group of girls. The incident, which was captured on video, involved her being brutally punched multiple times and having her hair dragged while a water bottle was bashed against her face. It is unacceptable that the attackers were not given harsher consequences and that Adriana had to suffer through so much abuse and cruelty. Her death, caused by blunt force trauma from the physical assault, has revealed the extreme harm that bullying can inflict – highlighting why it must be taken seriously and never condoned or covered up.

Who was Adriana kuch ?

Adriana Kuch was a lively and passionate young girl. She was born in Toledo, Ohio and lived in many places with her family due to her father’s service as an Army Airborne soldier; they eventually established their home in Bayville seven years before Adriana’s passing. In school at Central Regional High School, she enjoyed helping others, particularly children with special needs. Her fondness for nature is reflected in the activities she loved doing with her brothers like jogging, walking through forests, and skateboarding, riding dune buggies, and dirt bikes. Adriana is greatly missed by her parents Michael Sr.and Sarah Kuch along with her siblings Ashley Kuch, Brittany Kuch, Brandon Tucker, Michael Kuch Jr., Jacob Kuch , Ethan Kuch , Marissa Lynch, and Haide.

Obituary and funeral details

The family of Adriana Kuch has announced a visitation on Friday, February 10th, from 5 PM to 7 PM at the Mastapeter Memorial Home in Bayville, New Jersey, allowing those who knew and loved her to pay their respects. The committal service is limited to the family only. If desired, donations can be made in Adriana’s memory to the Jersey Shore Animal Center located at Brick Boulevard in Brick, New Jersey