WWE Statement On Teenager Who Killed 5 Year Old Sister With Wrestling Moves

Posted by Michael Bluth December 13, 2013 6 Comments

WWE issued the following statement today regarding teenager Armstrong Desvallons pleading guilty to negligent homicide for killing his 5-year-old half-sister, Viloude Louis, by using pro wrestling moves:

“WWE supports Judge (Andrea Price) Janzen’s summation that the 13-year-old boy absolutely knew that he was hurting his 5-year-old little sister. Therefore, it is illogical to conclude that the brutal and ultimately fatal beating of a 5-year-old little girl by a teenager could be confused with imitation of WWE moves seen on TV.”

CNN reports that the boy will serve 3 years in a juvenile prison. He will get credit for the time he has already served in jail.

  • Dale Richardson

    cm punk best in world

  • Canuck 703

    Tragic story but if the kid knew he was hurting his sister it was his fault. Was it the 1st time it happened ?? If not the mother should of taken them with her or @ least got a baby sitter or neighbor to watch them. I feel bad for the mother but putting the blame on wwe is stupid !!

    • Zed

      I doubt it was the first time this young teenage boy had hurt his sister.
      He likely got away with it when he wasn’t supervised. He should be working with a psychologist or psychiatrist and be put on medication if he needs to be on it. He also needs to be taught how to love, and to respect the rights and feelings of others.He needs to be held accountable for what he’s done to his younger sister. Most likely, though….he doesn’t even care that he’s killed her.
      I feel badly for the little girl who was just 5 years old with nobody to protect her!
      The mother and the young teenage boy should both be held accountable for this happening!
      What should’ve happened is that the boy would have been held accountable for killing his little sister and the judge should be held accountable for letting him get away with it and the mother should be held accountable for letting this happen.
      Three years in a juvenille prison isn’t going to help him. It’s going to make him worse.
      Also, why isn’t there or why aren’t there people that this kid could trust and why aren’t they adressing issues which could be happening at home which led up to this sort of tragedy to happen in the first place and why didn”t anyone prevent it from happening?! What’s fucked up is nobody prevented it from happening in the first place!!!!

  • D

    The statement should read “No past or present WWE employee was involved in this tragic event. Therefore, the WWE brandname has absolutely zero to do with this. Thank you and our prayers go out to the family” and that should be it.

    • Bodyguard

      WWE and the mother not being held responsible is fucked up and does have everything to do with that little girl’s death.

      • Justice

        Could be that the 13 year old boy saw things in WWE and decided that it wouldn’t hurt him or anyone else to do that stuff or to try it at home. Or he may not have cared about the consequences since he’s only getting a slap on the wrist for murdering his 5 year old sister when in actuality he should have been learning values and morals that are positive and good instead of not learning them.

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