A schoolgirl who was found hanged in her bedroom may have been driven to kill herself by bullies jealous of her popularity and good looks.
Jade Stringer, 14, died six days after she was found unconscious by her father, David. Friends say the teenager, who was well-liked and attractive, had endured a campaign of bullying over the past few months.
It is understood she may also have been upset at having her mobile phone confiscated by her family because they felt she was using it too much. She was rushed to Fairfield General Hospital on June 10 where she died after almost a week on life support.
Friends of the teenager, who attended Haslingden High School, in nearby Rossendale, Lancashire, claimed she’d been bullied. Tributes to Jade left on Twitter and Facebook said she had been a victim of bullying. One pupil wrote: 'She was being bullied by numerous people.'
Chelsea Lazaruik added: 'R.I.P jade stringer you didn’t deserve to die the way you did bullying is horrible your was gorgeous in everyway.. Sleep tight xxx.'
culled from Dailymail