(KCBS/CNN/Meredith)– The moms and dads of a 13-year-old California lady stated the bullies who drove their child to commit suicide are still teasing their family.
Charlene Avila and her spouse prepared to take their child, Rosalie, off life-support on Monday, 3 days after she was supposedly stated brain dead.
“My whole world simply came falling apart down,” her mom said.
The girl hanged herself last week after withstanding years of bullying, the family told CBS Los Angeles. Before attempting suicide, she wrote a heartbreaking note to her parents, excusing the pain she knew her death would trigger them.
“Sorry, Mother And Father. I enjoy you,” the note read, inning accordance with her daddy, Freddie Avila.
He stated it continued: “‘Sorry, Mama, you’re gon na discover me like this.'”
Rosalie reportedly recorded events of bullying she experienced at Mesa View Intermediate School in a journal.
“‘They informed me I was unsightly today,'” her dad recalled reading. “‘They were teasing me today about my teeth.'”
As if the discomfort of losing their child was inadequate, the family stated bullies are now sending them inappropriate messages on social networks mocking their daughter’s death.
They stated one message consisted of a picture of Rosalie with the caption: “Hey mama. Next time do not tuck me in this,” referencing a bed. Below that, it stated, “Tuck me in THIS,” with an arrow pointing to an open grave.
Charlene said the people responsible for the post are “heartless.”
“For you do that, I imply, you’re heartless,” she informed the station. “You’re an extremely heartless person, and you have no compassion.”
The school district released a declaration on Rosalie’s death, stating it was saddened by her death.
“No one can fathom the heartbreak and confusion that we are specific many of our trainees and their households are feeling right now, particularly the families of those trainees that have been most closely struck by this event,” the declaration checked out.
The district stated it is working closely with investigators in “their examination into accusations of bullying.”
A GoFundMe page has raised more than $40,000 in simply three days to assist pay for Rosalie’s funeral service expenditures.
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