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I've been fearful since the attack and have stopped socialising with friends.
It's had an impact on my schooling and I am self conscious of the scar on my head which causes me pain.'A teacher at the boy's school said he had been a 'hard working, popular and well liked student' who was now a quiet pupil whose 'smile has disappeared.' She added: 'The attack has changed him as a person.'A school counsellor who helped the boy after the attack said the lad was 'very anxious and scared.' His father said he was previously a 'jolly happy boy' who would go to the gym frequently and play football.
The victim was eventually released when members of the lynch mob drove him away from the scene and dumped near a local barber's shop.
The boy, from Blackburn, Lancashire, was later treated in hospital for injuries similar to those administered by a knuckleduster.
He accepts driving the boy to the address, but he thought that other family members wanted to speak with him.