Bullying continues after teen girl hangs herself

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Though previous reports indicated that the teen was taken off of life support on December 1, KCBS wrote that she will be taken off of life support Monday evening and her organs will be donated.

Freddie says his daughter Rosalie hung herself and left a letter for him to find saying she couldn't take being bullied anymore.

"We had her in counseling, but I really feel like social media is such a big thing on kids", Charlene told ABC 7.

In his final hours alongside his daughter before doctors turned off the life support, Avila said Rosalie was an "excellent student" who dreamed of becoming a lawyer and a writer.

"In one entry she wrote, "'They told me I was ugly today, '" her father recalled reading. "I remember a couple nights she'd come home, telling me that the kids are calling her names about her teeth".

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Rosalie's parents spoke to reporters Sunday, Dec. 3, outside the Loma Linda Children's Hospital, where she has been on life support since the day she tried to commit suicide. "'Sorry, Mom and Dad".

Her parents, Charlene and Freddie, say she was picked on at school.

Rosalie's parents knew about the bullying, yet they did not know how to make it stop. On the page, a heartbreaking message from Rosalie's mom reads: "My daughter is a victim of bullying". Next time don't tuck me in this", with a photo of a bed, "Tuck me in THIS, " with an edited image of Rosalie's face pasted over someone pointing to an open grave.

Addressing those faceless persons responsible for the post, Charlene said, "For you to do that, I mean, you're heartless". "When you are being harassed and intimidated in school and in any form on social media, it's very hard to get away from that".

The answer appears to be bullying: Rosalie was a high achieving student in the eighth grade at Mesa View Middle School with a talent for art - but her journal tells the story of a girl who was not happy.

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"I did everything I'm supposed to do as a father, and these people did not respond, because those bullies are still at the school", lamented Freddie. "They're still there, and my daughter's gone".

A GoFundMe page has been set up to help with the costs of Rosalie's burial.

Rosalie had been bullied repeatedly for years and the pain finally became too much to handle, CBS Los Angeles reported.

Mr Avila said that although his daughter's smile could light up a room, he noticed something was off in the recent months.

"No one can fathom the heartbreak and confusion that we are certain many of our students and their families are feeling right now, especially the families of those students that have been most closely struck by this event", the December 1 statement had said. She truly cared about people. He said she's been bullied for years and the district isn't doing enough to keep her safe.

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