A 14-year-old Aboriginal girl in Australia left a message on her Facebook after being bullied on campus: As long as I die, there will be no bullying and racial discrimination. Unfortunately, this message has not attracted much attention. Hours later, the girl committed suicide at home.
Rochelle Prior, 14, has been bullied on campus for a long time, the Daily Mail of Britain reported Sunday. One day last August, she was abused and beaten at the school gate. When he got home, Prior even had a wound in his leg.
According to Priors mother, from then on, Prior said he didnt want to go to school, and he was often in a trance.
On January 1 this year, Prior wrote in a social media Facebook that as long as I die, there will be no bullying and racial discrimination. Unfortunately, there is only one message under this extremely negative message, which has not attracted much attention. That night, father Jeffrey found Prior unconscious in his daughters room.
After that, she was rushed to hospital. But nine days after admission, on January 10, Prior died in hospital.
Priors sister, Canny, said that her sister was cute, happy and funny, but had been worried that her friends would desert her. Prior has also told her that she has been bullied, Prior has been very upset.
Priors classmate left a message on Ins saying, The day before, we were talking about the color of your hair. You were still thinking about blue or purple. If I knew it was your last day, I would do everything I could to stop you. I remember telling you that no matter how upset you are, I always say,Ill always be there for you.
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