But Toronto police released a brief statement Monday saying that the events described by Noman did not occur.
Toronto Police spokesman Mark Pugash said Monday an extensive investigation was conducted and police concluded it did not happen.
Noman's allegation was cited as evidence of growing anti-Muslim sentiment in the West. Activists in Canada and the USA have claimed that bigotry and hate crimes towards Muslims have been on the rise. The girl who reported the incident will not face any legal consequences.
Toronto District School Board spokesperson Ryan Bird told The Scarborough Mirror in an email, "We are very thankful that this assault did not in fact happen".
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