Boy Who Fell From Tate Modern Is 'Out Of Intensive Care'

The Tate Modern, including the 10th-floor viewing platform from where a six-year-old child was allegedly thrown in August  (Photo: Peter Nicholls / Reuters)

A six-year-old who was allegedly thrown from the 10th floor of the Tate Modern has been moved from intensive care, according to an update on a fundraising page. 

The boy, who was visiting London with his family from France, suffered a “deep” bleed to brain following the fall in August and was still unable to speak or move his body in September. 

But in a message on the boy’s Go Fund Me page – which has raised almost £125,000 for his treatment – his parents said he was now out of intensive care and in rehabilitation. 

“He still has some metal in his body but instead of plasters he has got a full armour of splints: legs, hands, arms, neck and torso,” the post said.

“We really hope it will be done soon, but we know it can take months.” 

Jonty Bravery, 18, is accused of attempted murder after allegedly throwing the six-year-old victim from the 10th floor of the London tourist attraction on August 4.

He is due to appear in court for a plea hearing next month.


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