By Australian Associated Press
Published: 06:04 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 06:04 BST, 3 May 2019
A teenage girl who stabbed a fellow student at an Adelaide private school after being bullied for years by other girls, will not serve any further time in youth detention.
The now 15-year-old came up behind her victim in the school toilets in August last year and stabbed the year 12 student in the shoulder.
In the Youth Court on Friday she was placed on an 'obligation' to remain under supervision for eight months and had no conviction recorded.
A teenage girl, who stabbed a fellow student at an Adelaide private school after being bullied for years by other girls, will not serve any further time in youth detention
In sentencing, magistrate Oliver Koehn said he had taken into account the month the girl spent in detention immediately after the offence and the further period of eight months on home detention bail.
'This has been a very difficult period in your life,' he told the girl.
'I believe you've grown up a lot in the last eight months.'
The victim, who suffered a one-centimetre wound, was not known to the attacker but