US News Teen heartbreakingly took her own life

10:05  10 january  2018
10:05  10 january  2018 Source:   Australian Women's Weekly

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  Teen heartbreakingly took her own life

A Northern Territory teenager who was previously the face of Akubra Hats has taken her own life after being bullied online.

Amy Everett, who was affectionately known as Dolly, died on 3 January. Her father, Tick Everett posted an emotional tribute to Facebook revealing Dolly had been subjected to "constant bullying and harassment" online.

"This week has been an example of how social media should be used, it has also been an example of how it shouldn't be," he wrote.

a woman wearing a hat: Dolly Everett. Source: Facebook © Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd Dolly Everett. Source: Facebook

"If we can help other precious lives from being lost and the suffering of so many, then Doll's life will not be wasted."

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A Nova Scotia teen took her own life after she was raped by four boys and then endured a year-and-a-half of bullying by her schoolmates, the girl's mother says.

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Mr Everett also condemned those who bulled his daughter, telling them to come to her memorial to "witness the complete devastation you have created."

a screenshot of a cell phone: Mr Everett's Facebook post. © Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd Mr Everett's Facebook post.

The father from Katherine in the NT urged anyone who's suffering to speak up, adding the motto "Speak now, even if your voice shakes".

Akubra Hats also posted a tribute to Dolly online and changed their profile picture to Dolly modelling one of their iconic hats eight years ago.

a group of people posing for the camera: Dolly(r), pictured with her sister Meg, mother Kate and father Tick. © Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd Dolly(r), pictured with her sister Meg, mother Kate and father Tick.

Dolly's funeral will take place this Friday and her family have requested mourners wear her favourite colour - blue.

Our deepest condolences go out to Dolly's family and loved ones.

The Samaritans offer support and advice to people feeling suicidal or vulnerable 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Their website is http://www.samaritans.org, email address jo@samaritans.org or call free on 116 123.

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'Kids from all different schools were calling her a sl*t, wh**e, disgusting' - Irish mum of teen getting 'upwards of 50 messages a day' taunting her .
A heartbroken Irish mother has shared her daughter’s story of cyberbullying on Facebook in order to save her life. The Munster-based mother detailed on Monday the sheer hell that her daughter has been enduring over the past year.The 17-year-old was getting “upwards” of 50 messages a day from schoolchildren telling her “to kill herself, calling her sl*t, wh**e, disgusting”.The cyber bullying started when the teenager was tagged in a video with a dog which wrongfully tagged her as the girl in the video.

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