A Las Vegas Valley mom is grieving the loss of her child after she says bullying pushed the teen to suicide. Nazareen Drummond had special needs and was simply 15 years old.
“She was an angel, a real angel,” her mom Valerie Webster stated.
Nazareen, Nazi as she was nicknamed, dealt with challenges at a young age.
“She was born with neurofibromatosis,” her mom said. “It’s the Elephant Guy’s disease.”
Diagnosed with 3 tumors in her brain, Nazi underwent a number of surgical treatments. But her household stated she never ever grumbled and her special requirements never set her back.
” [She was] radiant, stunning, enthusiastic,” her sibling Vallen Webster said.
“She had a heart that reached out to everyone,” her mom stated.
If she was home, you could discover Nazi in the kitchen area.
“One of her objectives was to be on ‘Chopped: Baked Junior.’ She was practicing for that,” her sis said.
Her family said the teenager enjoyed knowing. However for weeks, her mom stated Nazi got back upset that she was being bullied at school, till she ultimately took her own life.
“I’m angry. I’m harmed,” Valerie said.
The teen left behind a note for her family.
“Jokes are jokes, words are words. But they injure, and I’m one of individuals they hurt,” Vallen said. “That was my sis’s specific words.”
Nichole Zamora had actually never met Nazi’s household, but once she heard their story, she understood she had to do something.
“You send your kids off to school and you inform them, ‘I love you. Have an excellent day,'” Zamora said. “Only for them to come house with their hearts shattered from bullies.”
Zamora becomes part of individuals’s Autism Structure. She arranged the “Stop the Bullying” barbecue to raise awareness.
“Make certain that you talk to your children,” she said. “Ensure your children know if they see someone being bullied, state something.”
Nazi’s mother said absolutely nothing can alter the past.
“She was my reason to live. She was my light. She was my inspiration,” she stated.
But now she has discovered a brand-new reason, advising others to take action prior to it’s far too late.”If your child gets back and informs you something, think them. Investigate. Do not dismiss it.” Valerie stated.
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