Her name was Katelyn Nichole Davis and she was 12 years old. She lived with her mother in Silver Creek, Polk County, Georgia, USA. She was a student at Cedartown Middle School. She hanged herself on December 30, 2016.
She killed herself over a boy named Luke who didn’t want her and the fact that rumors were spreading around school that she was a “wh0re.” RIP.
“This young innocent little girl killed herself Cuz of all the Bullying and stress she has been through and no one should have this happen. We need to take a stand and rise above and and unite as one to stand up against Bullying Cuz it is wrong and this is an example of what happens when we treat others like shit. Suicides has almost tripled in teens Cuz of the horrible society we live in with cyber Bullying and shit like that. We must fight against this and prevent this from happening anymore. I uploaded this not for views or likes or subs or anything like that. I put it up for suicide awareness and prevention .
Too many people are being treated like shit just the way they look or what color, race, religion and many more. Is love and peace too much to ask for? Come on people and we need to take a stand and prevent tragedies like this from happening Cuz if we do, tell world would be a much happier place.
I want to send prayers to her family and I hope God has brought her in a better place now
I know this is a very disturbing topic and video but it’s real shit that happens all the time and you need to see that
If we all stood together this would not happen anymore and in words of the band Nickelback “If everyone cared and nobody cried. If everyone loved and nobody lied, if everyone shared and swallowed there pride then we would see the day that nobody died”

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