Nate Bronstein Cause Of Death, Obituary Unavailable Yet – Nate Bronstein, a 15-year-old kid, was enrolled in one of Chicago’s most prominent private schools and had a bright future ahead of him — until his parents claim he was subjected to constant cyberbullying by his peers Nate committed suicide.
According to cbsnews.com, His parents claim that the Latin School of Chicago might have done more to prevent it in an exclusive interview with CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey. Rose and Robert Bronstein had no idea they’d be speaking in the past tense about their son, Nate.
Rose Bronstein remarked, “I still can’t process it.” Robert Bronstein remarked, “He obviously wanted to go to a college with big-time sports.” “He enjoyed making people laugh as well as laughing himself.” “It’s a toxic culture – so toxic that we lost our son because of it,” Rose said of the school.
The Bronsteins’ tenth-grader was a razor-sharp, witty kid who served as a pillar in their five-person household. Last fall, he was a new transfer at the Latin School of Chicago, which is located at 59 W. North Blvd. on the Gold Coast.