He's the sophomore football player at the center of another case of bullying on a school bus. It happened a week ago and involved the Hamilton Southeastern High School football team.
 
Now for the first time, the young man at the center of the incident talks about what happened. So far, he claims the abuse hasn't stopped with the punishments.

"That school's never gonna be the same to me," said 16-year-old Ryan Coleman.

It's become known as the other troubled bus ride in Hamilton County. Ryan Coleman's education and life, haven't been the same since.

"I guess he thought it would be a nice joke to wave it in my face. At that point, it was a joke, but then he continued to do it," Coleman told Fox59 News.

Coleman, a sophomore player at Hamilton Southeastern was on the bus ride home after a road loss to the Brownsburg Bulldogs last Friday. Tensions were high and smack talk from the JV to the varsity players ended with more than taunts, but capped bottles of urine shoved into his face.

"I just sat there 20 minutes straight being quiet, keeping to myself, and he continued to put the bottle in my face," said Coleman.

It was all apparently recorded by the onboard camera. A police report was filed, the senior player and another boy were suspended for a game, along with the head coach for not properly supervising the players in the back of the bus.

"We're not gonna tolerate it, it's unacceptable," said Superintendent Dr. Brian Smith in an earlier interview.

Coleman says it hasn't stopped, not from the player, and now it's coming from other students in the halls and on facebook.

"A lot of name-calling, threatening, people in my school turning on me," said Coleman.

This week, he found his football locker trashed.

"Somebody forcefully got their way in there. And my stuff was scattered all over the locker room, my helmet was thrown in the trash," he said.
 
Coleman and his family said they have had enough. Thursday, his parents picked him up from school and he hasn't gone back.

"I'm choosing to transfer to another school. HSE, my own school is basically saying I'm wrong. That's crazy to me," said Coleman.

So now he will finish somewhere else, hopefully in a different environment, but with no regrets, except for one.

"I should have gone up and told the coaches, instead of waiting. There needs to be more people who tell when stuff like that's happening," he said.

Hamilton Southeastern officials said they can't comment on the latest allegations out of concerns about the students' privacy, however, they do say when harrassment is brought to the school's attention, a thorough investigation takes place.