CYBER ABUSE: 'Fat, worthless pig, you should be slaughtered'
"I DON'T want to die mum, but I don't deserve to live. I am worthless."
A Sunshine Coast family has been forced to hide all sharp objects in fear their teenage daughter will self harm after a disturbing live Instagram video emerged over the weekend.
It labelled the 14-year-old schoolgirl a "fat, worthless pig" saying she should be "slaughtered".
So severe was the endless tormenting, earlier this week the teenage girl locked herself in the bathroom with a knife.
It is a problem that's plagued the family for months.
Her desperate mother doesn't know where to go next, saying her daughter was an "emotional wreck".
"When your kid says that to you...We are having to hide anything that she can use to hurt herself," the mother said through falling tears.
"If she is alone in her room for 10 minutes I get worried.
"Worried she will become a statistic.
"People who know her away from school say he is the most friendly, loving, bubbly kid.
"Who loves life and doesn't want to die.
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"She is not even overweight, but the constant hounding has affected her eating.
"She will get hungry and eat a carrot."
The mother of seven has spoken with the school involved, consulted counsellors and GPs and imposed phone-free time at home.
The latter, she says, has worked to an extent.
"If she is with me and in the home environment, it very much calms it down, but when she isn't with me or able to connect to Wi-Fi it returns," she said.
"As a mother you feel useless.
"The bullies always find a way.
"It is so disheartening. Nothing is going to make a difference until they realise and are punished enough to stop.
"The bullies are sly b--ches and don't want to be caught out at school.
"But there's been days when I've had four or five phone calls from her begging me to pick her up.
"Having to face the girls, about 10 of them, at school. We have been able to block the girls on social media but the videos get passed around the school.
"Eventually they get shown to her, telling her to go kill herself."
After Monday's crisis - the mother is seriously questioning pulling her daughter from school.
Before that, she wants the bullies to be held accountable.
"If we can provide evidence, they should be punished whether it happens at school or outside," she said.
"The only link to all the girls is the school."