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The 11-year-old Bronx girl — who suffered horrific burns on her face after a friend poured boiling water on her — left the hospital Friday looking like her old self.

But Jamoni’s journey back to full health is not yet over.

The bubbly middle-schooler will likely miss the start of her 7th grade classes and require home-schooling, her mother said.

“Her arm is still raw it hasn’t healed yet  and she can’t go outside in the sun,” said Ebony Merritt, “It’s going to take maybe about six months for all her color to come back in.”

Jamoni was sleeping over a friend’s house on Aug. 7 when a pal doused her with scalding water in a prank that went gruesomely wrong.

The incident resembled the “Hot Water Challenge,” a YouTube-inspired trend in which kids pour boiling water on unsuspecting friends.
A new study by the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) has found that white supremacists have been using genetic testing kits in an effort to prove that they have so-called “racial purity”, but they’re often disappointed to learn that they aren’t, in fact, fully white.

According to UCLA sociologists Aaron Panofsky and Joan Donovan, white supremacists on the online forum Stormfront have been testing themselves using tools such as and 23andMe.

The Stormfront group was created in 1995 by Don Black, a member of the Ku Klux Klan.

The study noted that the forum’s senior moderator, John Law, defines being white as “non-Jewish people of wholly European descent.

No exceptions.” Members of the group often spend time debating what being white means.

That’s why many were on the defensive when they find that they weren’t 100 per cent European, or “white,” and disputed the findings.