Jonty Bravery Bio
Jonty Bravery is from west London who accused of throwing a six-year-old boy from a 200ft balcony at the Tate Modern can be named for the first time today.
Tate Modern balcony push suspect named as Jonty Bravery – Jonty Bravery was 17 when he was charged with attempted murder but can be identified after turning 18. https://t.co/TTgbJCpdil pic.twitter.com/gaEhRWLAJ0
— brinly (@brinly) October 2, 2019
Jonty Bravery Age
He is 18 years old.
Jonty Bravery Victim
Katie Hopkins any comment at the time you was convinced it was a migrant or Muslim Jonty Bravery white Christian: Man accused of throwing boy off Tate Modern balcony namedhttps://t.co/C1ypfqnNkI pic.twitter.com/nXXGavVIT5
— javid (@javid34473175) October 2, 2019
The victim, six years old French national on holiday with his parents, suffered brain injuries, broken arms and legs, and a fractured spine in the horror plunge.
His family posted an online update on his condition this week, saying: “Our little boy begins to do his best to move his tongue, his right arm, and hand.
Jonty Bravery’s victim is a six-year-old French national who still cannot be named suffered a “deep” bleed to the brain and fractured his spine.
His family said in a statement on their GoFundMe page this week that “our little boy doesn’t know anymore how to speak, to eat or to move his body”.
On the page, his family said: “We see his efforts. We believe with all our hearts that he will find the way, from his head, to do everything again.
The GoFundMe page has raised nearly £100,000 for the boy’s medical care so far.
It’s now confirmed that the crime was not committed by what you and others of your ilk will call an immigrant. Perhaps you can now stand this lie down.
— Pa Sambou Jnr.™ (@That_Socialist) October 2, 2019
Jonty Bravery Hearing
During a hearing at the Old Bailey on Tuesday, Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC, Recorder of London, turned down an application for a court order that would have prevented him from being named after he turned 18.
The teenage suspect was not named in earlier reports of the case as he was still 17-years-old.
But Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC, the Recorder of London, yesterday ruled that Bravery can be identified as an adult defendant, rejecting a legal bid to maintain the teenager’s anonymity.
— WIKI ABOUT WORLD (@wikiaboutworld) October 2, 2019
Fast Facts You Need to Know
- Jonty Bravery is alleged to have snatched the child, six, from his mother’s arms
- He then allegedly hurled him from the tenth floor in front of horrified onlookers
- The victim, visiting the London museum with his French family, plunged 100ft
- He survived, but his parents revealed he still cannot move, eat normally or speak
- Bravery is charged with attempted murder and can be named as he turns 18