Greece, N.Y. - "I had no clue it would go this far," Luis Recio Jr. said about the cell phone video he shot Monday that shows fellow students bullying their Greece school bus monitor.
He says he shot the video because of peer pressure.
"They told me to record and I’m just like ok I’m going to record it," Recio Jr. said.
When asked if he participated in the taunting, Recio Jr. said no.
He said he only asked Karen Klein for his yearbook back.
In hindsight, he wishes he never took part in all this.
"I feel bad about how they were making fun of her and everything," Recio Jr. said.
"If you see someone picking on someone, just tell them to stop," Recio Jr. said. "Don't record them and don’t listen to your friends."
Students are seen and heard bullying Klein about her weight, her purse, and where she lives.
Advice Recio's mother wished he would have taken at the very beginning.
"Why you listen to somebody else, you not supposed to listen to somebody else," Lucila Tejeda said.
"I’m sorry for everybody, for what happened today, I feel very bad," Tejeda said.
The Greece Central School District is deciding what kind of punishment at least four students will face.
A district spokeswoman said there will be a news conference Thursday to discuss the case further.
Greece Police have not decided if the students will be charged.