‘I’ll Fight To Keep My Son Alive After Online Stunt Went Wrong’ | This Morning

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It’s the tragedy that’s the focus of a high profile court case at the moment as the parents of 12 year-old Archie Battersbee fight to keep him alive. Archie was found unconscious at the top of the stairs over a month ago allegedly trying to complete a viral online ‘blackout’ challenge. Despite doctors declaring him ‘brain-stem dead’, his mum Hollie says that she still believes there is hope. She joins us alongside Archie’s aunty Ella to explain why children are so vulnerable to these online videos, and why she won’t stop fighting to give her son a chance of recovery.

Broadcast on 09/06/22

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