Ms Smith, 36, said: ‘A couple of weeks ago my daughter came into my room at 2am absolutely crying her eyes out and she showed me all the messages she had received.
‘She had been invited into a group chat about a barbecue and during that conversation people were telling her to slit her wrists.
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A schoolgirl was tormented by bullies through an online chat group, who told her to ‘slit her wrists’ and photoshopped her face onto posters for a TV drama about suicide.
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Customers can hide behind a computer screen at home, there’s no eye contact or feeling of embarrassment, or anyone else listening in the queue behind you. The number of online retailers that offer such chat services is still small.Kelvin Chinakwe, 26, Olatunji Owolabi, 28, Afolabi Sanyaolu, 29, Senthil Venkatachalam, 30 and Funsho Bello, 26 were found not guilty of rape and conspiracy to rape.A sixth man, Ganiyn Conteh, 32, was formally cleared of conspiracy to rape.Aimee Birke, 16, burst into tears when the cruel bullies superimposed a picture of her face on posters for , a drama about a schoolgirl who ends her own life.Aimee’s mother, Sarah Smith, says the children responsible have yet to be excluded from the Malling School in Kent, which Aimee also attends.