Girl, 16, who suffers from fear, has to flee in the act after bullies have puffed her over juice and left her in tears
- Emilee Perry from Doncaster dropped a full jug of juice over her on Saturday
- Miss Perry only agreed to attend after her parents begged her not to miss it
- The teenager, who suffers from fear, had to be picked up by her mother
A teenager was the target of bullies at her school get-together and left her in tears.
Emilee Perry (16) from Doncaster dropped a full jug of juice on her when she was sitting on her school ball.
Miss Perry had only agreed to participate after her parents had begged her not to miss the special occasion.
However, she was left in tears by the cruel attack.
The teenager, who suffers from anxiety, had to be picked up by her mother only two hours after the event, the Daily Record in the Scottish tabloid reported.
The teenager, who suffers from fear, had to be picked up by her mother. She is portrayed in tears
Miss Perry's mother, Tracy Perry, said on Facebook: & # 39; This is my beautiful daughter, suffering from the fear we had to beg to go to prom tonight.
& # 39; Two hours later I collect her from the school ball, deeply sad and in a state.
Emilee Perry (16) from Doncaster dropped a full jug of juice on her Saturday when she visited her prom school
& # 39; This & # 39; person & thought it was a good idea to pour a full jug of juice over her and soak her from head to toe.
& # 39; I hope someone will humiliate and destroy her one day, just as she did to my daughter! & # 39;
After photos of Emilee and her ruined prom dress were posted, floods of supportive messages were posted on social media.
A woman replied: & # 39; She is beautiful and I am so sorry that this happened to her. I was bullied.
& # 39; I hope the girl or girls who did this to her are punished or at least their parents are mentioned. This is awful.
Another commentator wrote: & # 39; That's terrible … she's absolutely gorgeous, girls can be so cruel. & # 39;
Another posted: & # 39; She is a beautiful girl and the person who did this is probably jealous of her. & # 39;
Mrs. Perry responded to the stream of support: & # 39; It is unbelievable what happened, she has words of support from all over the world. & # 39;
Her daughter also thanked commentators for their support via social media.
She wrote: & # 39; Wow, I just want to take the time to thank everyone who has gone the way to shower me with love and support!
After photos of Emilee and her ruined prom dress are posted (shown here), floods of supportive messages were posted on social media
& # 39; It is greatly appreciated and I will certainly be eternally grateful for the extremely unexpected outcome of this situation! I have had so much support.
& # 39; The way people have responded has absolutely overwhelmed me and has proven that I can endure everything and I hope this makes me a stronger person. & # 39;
Miss Perry has kept the name of the bully responsible for the incident anonymous to spread & # 39; more hate & # 39; to prevent.
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