Girl suicide sexting

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The parents of Jessica Logan, a teen who committed suicide a month after graduating from high-school, are suing their daughter's ex-boyfriend, who circulated among his friends a nude photo of Jessica that she had "sexted" sent via text message to him while they were dating. Jessica's parents are also suing the school she attended, Sycamore High,for negligence, as well as several of the teens to whom Jessica's boyfriend showed the picture, for "severe" emotional harassment. The suit was filed in Ohio by Cynthia and Albert Logan who say that the students' "degrading sexual insults" caused their year-old daughter Jessica, their only child, severe emotional distress, which led her to kill herself in July , a month after graduating from high school. The complaint filed by the teen's parents names the city, school district, ex-boyfriend, and the friends to whom he purportedly sent the picture. The couple are seeking punitive damages for discrimination, civil rights violations, the invasion of privacy, and emotional distress, reports the Courthouse News Service. The Courthouse News Service explains ,.

Sexting-related bullying cited in Hillsborough teen's suicide

Jessica Logan Suicide: Parents Of Dead Teen Sue School, Friends Over Sexting Harassment | HuffPost

The image was blurred and the voice distorted, but the words spoken by a young Ohio woman are haunting. She had sent nude pictures of herself to a boyfriend. When they broke up, he sent them to other high school girls. The girls were harassing her, calling her a slut and a whore.

Suicide of Amanda Todd

O n the last day of her life, Audrie Pott walked through a crucible of teenage torment. In the week since school had started, girls had been giving her looks, and guys had congregated around phones, smirking. An adult monitor handed her a dress-code violation — her skirt was too short — even though all the girls in her class dressed that way and monitors rarely objected.
They escorted her down hallways like human shields, fending off insults such as "whore" and "slut. Soon the photo was circulating through cell phones at Shields Middle and Lennard High School, according to multiple students at both schools. So secretly TONS of people hate me About two weeks after she returned to school, a counselor observed cuts on Hope's legs and had her sign a "no-harm" contract, in which Hope agreed to tell an adult if she felt inclined to hurt herself, her family says.