A young teen beat his little half-sister to death using wrestling moves he'd copied from the TV, police claim. Devalon Armstrong, 13, is accused of repeatedly slamming Viloude Louis, 5, onto a bed, punching her in the stomach, jumping on her back and elbow-dropping into her kidneys. She suffered broken ribs, internal bleeding and liver lacerations from the brutal bashing at their Terrytown, Louisiana, home. Cops say Armstrong was babysitting his younger sibling on Sunday afternoon when he decided to test out some moves he'd seen on World Wrestling Entertainment. Later complaining of having a stomach ache, she went upstairs to brush her teeth — before being found by her brother 30 minutes later in crippling pain on the bathroom floor.
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The cute little boy thinks his sister is in a real fight and runs in to help - but she's actually taking part in a school contest in the USA. This is the adorable moment a little boy tried to do whatever he could to protect his older sister - not realising she was taking part in a harmless wrestling competition. Taking part in a school match, the boy's sister, wearing a pink top with her blonde hair tied back, can be seen toppling to the ground after her opponent grabs hold of her leg. But then suddenly a little boy wearing a blue jacket runs in from the sidelines shouting "Get off my sister! Thinking she is involved in a real fight, the tot charges in and grabs her opponent - five-year-old Ryan Pendergast - by the head.
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Log in for unlimited access. Inside of the arena, many of them were focusing their eyes on mat eight. It just all depends on who I'm wrestling and just what I need to do at that time," Olivia said. I got behind him real quick because I knew that it was coming," she said. While Olivia was wrestling, her brother Max, a freshman, defeated Cameron Henneman from Liberty Center in the pound class.
Brothers may argue with their sisters from time to time, but if anyone else dares to mess with their siblings — even for fun — they better watch out. One little boy on an elementary school wrestling team recently learned that lesson the hard way. A youngster named Ruby was in the middle of her wrestling match with an opponent named Ryan at a meet in Columbus City, Indiana when her fight suddenly got interrupted. Her 2-year-old brother, watching from the stands, apparently mistook her wrestling match for a real fight — and adorably rushed in to save the day.