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School principal accused of endangering children by jumping to suicide at Disneyland after posting disturbing message


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A man jumps to his death Disneyland in Anaheim, California last weekend was an elementary school principal who was facing criminal charges of child endangerment and assault following a family dispute.

Christopher Christensen jumped to his death from the top of a parking lot at Disneyland, and after his death, authorities identified the 51-year-old as the principal of the Disneyland. Courreges Elementary School in Fountain Valley, California.

follow Los Angeles Daily News, Christensen has been the principal of the school for the past 11 years. For more than a decade before that, he was also principal at other elementary schools in the Huntington Beach area.

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According to public records, Christensen will appear in court on Monday for a pre-trial meeting on the charges. Both are misdemeanors stemming from a dispute allegedly in mid-November.

follow New York Post Office, Orange County Superior Court records do not detail the exact allegation against Christensen. However, records show he was arrested on November 15. He paid bond two days later and was released from prison. On November 22, he pleaded not guilty to both child endangerment and battery charge. Just before his death, Christensen posted a disturbing suicide note on his personal page. Facebook Page. In it, he called his wife Marlena and stated that the couple had been in a happy relationship “until recently.”

(Note: Suicide is NEVER anyone’s fault.)

He wrote:

“Unfortunately, two weeks ago she and I had a heated argument at home in front of the girls. Anger flares up and harsh words are exchanged. However, in this exchange, I never hit, slapped, or hurt Marlena in any way. I also have never touched girls (I have never and never will). Unfortunately, Marlena’s anger peaked that night and she called the police, which ended up in jail that night. Yes I! A man who has never hit or harmed ANYONE in his life!

Christensen – who claims his wife “really regrets making that call” as the legal consequences “completely unravel” their lives – went on to add:

“I am on the verge of losing my job as I am on administrative leave until my case is ‘solved’. … The legal system is extremely flawed (especially for men/fathers) and it is disgusting how quickly and easily an innocent man can be sent to prison without having to. proof or proof!”

Later in the post, he went on to add:

“So here I am… writing my last FB post for all of you. I need you all to know that a good, kind, loving and sincere man was ruined by one unfortunate night. Pity! This is not me! This is NOT what I thought would happen to me.

In his farewell address to his shocking death, Christensen went on to mention his career in the public school system:

“I truly love educating and leading thousands of students and families as a principal… Please remember me for all the good that I have brought to the world of education. There is so much more I want to say, but I will spend the rest of the day reaching out to the people closest to me to let them know how much I love them. It’s not an ideal way to go out, but at least I get a chance to say one last word to the people I love and admire.”

And he concluded:

“Take care of everyone. Please, please, be kind to each other! Treat each other with kindness and grace. There is so much anger in the world and people need to start being kinder to each other. What I shared with you above is a prime example of how ‘anger’ can really have long-lasting and extremely damaging effects on a person’s life.”

OH.

This is more about sad story, through Fox 11Los Angeles (below):

Too terrible.

It is truly a shocking situation for the whole family involved, as well as the kids at the school where he works… We hope his wife and family receive all the care and support that he has received. they need when they get through this.

If you have good reason to suspect child abuse, call the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-4-A-Child or 1-800-422-4453, or access www.childhelp.org.

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, help is available. Consider calling the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-7233 or text START at 88788 or visit https://www.thehotline.org/.

If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, help is always available. Consider contacting the Suicide & Crisis Hotline at 988, by calling, texting or chatting or visiting 988lifeline.org.

[Image via Fountain Valley School District/Fox 11 Los Angeles/YouTube]

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