AceShowbiz - A teen who was once said to be 50 Cent's son has been assaulted over his connection to the rapper. In 2016, the outspoken star posted on Instagram along with a photo of him and Davian Fraser, "My life is full of surprises. This little guy is my son DAVIAN. He started crying, I was thinking why you crying i gotta pay for this s***. LMAO."
He has since deleted the post and then explained on HOT 96.3, "He's not my biological son, but I treat him as my son. I just met him and it was interesting because the way he looked at me and he's shaking and crying. [It was] all the things I wish my actual older son would."
Davian's mom Myasia Dickerson now claims that her son suffered harsh bullying and was assaulted by his classmates at Williamsburg Charter High School after they found out that he's close with 50 Cent. She tells New York Daily News, "It caused a big uproar in the school. The kids started to follow my son around, tried to put him on Snapchat, tried to take videos of him. They were following him to the train station."
Myasia goes on detailing one of the most recent incidents that allegedly took place on December 16 in the stairwell during his lunch break. "He was attacked from behind as he tried to walk away. He was punched in the head and then the student proceeded to fight him and then he slammed my son's head onto the ground," she shares.
One student allegedly followed Davian to his locker taunting him. The 14-year-old teenager looked for a security guard but didn't find one, and the said attacker allegedly continued hitting him in the back and slammed his head into the floor.
A police report notes that Davian suffered from head and neck injuries and he still suffers from emotional and psychological trauma as the results of the bullying and attacks. Myasia has now sued the New York City's Department of Education for $5.5 million, alleging that it was aware of the bullying her son suffered, but did nothing to protect the teen.
She also sues one teacher who allegedly turned him away when he sought refuge in a classroom before the alleged attack. "The teacher told him, 'No, I have a class right now. You can't stay in my classroom,' " Myasia claims. She also says that the principal told her the school let all the school safety officers go to lunch at the same time.
The family's attorney Sanford Rubenstein says, "Parents have the right to expect a safe environment when they send their child to school. When school personnel fail to provide that, especially when they are on notice of a problem, the school is liable to that child for damages."