A MUM and father whose 13-year-old daughter attempted self-murder after consistent bullying suspicion they’d seen the misfortune of human behaviour.
Then they started getting violent messages themselves.
Charlene and Freddie Avila from Loma Linda, California, found their daughter Rosalie unresolved in her bedroom last week with a self-murder note observant she was “sorry,” reports said.
Rosalie had been bullied regularly for years and the pain finally became too much to handle, CBS Los Angeles reported.
“They told me we was nauseous today,” father Freddie removed reading from Rosalie’s journal, according to the outlet.
“They were making fun of me currently about my teeth,” the distraught father went on.
Rosalie’s relatives rushed her to a internal hospital, where she’s been on a ventilator ever since. They devise to take her off Monday night and present her organs.
As if losing their daughter from bullying wasn’t adequate pain to handle, the relatives then started getting sick messages and pictures after the attempted suicide.
The relatives perceived a meme on social media with Rosalie’s face that review “hey mom. Next time don’t tuck me in this,” next to a finished bed, Rosalie’s smiling face to the right.
Right underneath, the meme reads “Tuck me in THIS,” next to an open grave with Rosalie’s face photoshopped onto a boy’s body, which is indicating at the open grave.
Mom Charlene called the bullies “heartless.”
She said: “For you to do that, we mean, you’re inhuman … you have no compassion.”
Father Freddie pronounced he gave his daughter’s biography to the police but that the school hasn’t finished adequate to forestall tragedies like these.
“I did all I’m ostensible to do as a father, and these people did not respond, since those bullies are still at the school,” Freddie said.
“They’re still there, and my daughter’s gone.”
He also told NBC 7 San Diego that Rosalie was as a amatory and comfortable particular who wanted to be a counsel one day so she could make the universe a better place.
“My daughter had the whole world,” he said.
“Now, we just have to consider about what she could have finished or what she could have become, now it’s just a memory.”
Mesa View Middle School expelled a matter saying: “No one can fathom the heartbreak and difficulty that we are certain many of the students and families are feeling right now.
“Crisis counsellors and involvement teams will be accessible and ancillary the students via the district in the coming days.”
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