Something that happened last October, in Staten Island.
A teenage girl who friends say was bullied at school committed suicide by jumping in front of an oncoming train in front of other students Wednesday afternoon.
Why was she bullied? Well, you see, there was this party, and at the party she had sex with four guys on the football team. The four guys of course punished her for having sex with them by trashing her at school. What else would they do?
The day before the fatal plunge, the sophomore posted one last cry for help on Twitter, saying “I can’t, I’m done, I give up.”
Briana Torres says just a few days ago, Felicia broke down in tears, told her rumors were spreading at school and online.
“She told me how a few football players were tormenting her. They were making fun of her, inappropriate things,” Torres said.
Police are investigating, talking with students.
“The ability to be anonymous on the internet gives people a sense of power to say these things to people because they’re hiding behind a keyboard,” said Polina Feldbein, a student.
And once they are hiding behind a keyboard, what could be more fun than to torment someone?