NOBLESVILLE — The parents of the Noblesville Middle School shooter are responding to allegations made against them in a lawsuit filed by the parents of one of the victims.
Student Ella Whistler and teacher Jason Seaman were wounded last May when the suspect opened fire in a school classroom.
In November, parents Cory and Julia Whistler filed a civil lawsuit against the mother and father of the shooter.
The Whistlers are seeking unspecified damages and are requesting a trial, as are the parents of the shooter.
In their response to the suit, filed in Hamilton County Superior Court, the parents of the shooter admit their son knew where a gun safe was located in their house.
They deny their son is a “severely troubled person with personality disorders,” and that he had mental health issues at the time of the shooting.
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