Jesy Nelson of Little Mix reveals that she tried to take her own life after being subjected to terrible trolls while bravely discussing her ordeal for the first time
Little Mix star Jesy Nelson has revealed that she once tried to take her own life after years of relentless trolling.
The 28-year-old singer has opened for the first time about her heartbreaking ordeal for her new BBC documentary Odd One Out.
The star revealed that at the height of her bullying, after the group's X Factor victory in 2011, she took an overdose but was rescued by her boyfriend at the time.
Heartbreaking: Little Mix star Jesy Nelson has revealed that she once tried to take her own life after years of relentless trolls
Jesy said in her documentary: & # 39; I just remembered that I thought, "I just need this to leave, I'm going to end this".
& # 39; I remember going to the kitchen and taking as many tablets as I could. Then I lay in bed for a long time, always thinking, "Let it happen. Hurry up."
A source told the publication that she had her partner & # 39; known & # 39; what she had done, with an ambulance that was then sent quickly.
They said that her family members, a member of her management team and her Little Mix band members & # 39; destroyed & # 39; when they found out.
So sad: the 28-year-old singer has opened her heartbreaking trial for the first time for her new BBC documentary Odd One Out
Shocking: the star revealed that at the height of her bullying, after the group's X Factor victory in 2011, she took an overdose but was rescued by her boyfriend at the time
MailOnline has contacted representatives of Jesy who refused to comment.
The hit maker of Wings has chosen to open up about her suicide bid in November 2013 in an effort to raise awareness of the terrible effect that trolling can have on young people.
Jesy continued to discuss her ordeal in the BBC Three documentary that was aired later this month: & I just remembered that I thought this would never happen again. I constantly wake up and feel sad for the rest of my life. So what's the point of being here? I could not bear the pain physically anymore. & # 39;
The film also revealed that the brunette beauty had so much trouble with her abuse that it affected her mental health and so she had trouble fulfilling her obligations in the girl group.
Harrowing time: & # 39; I just remember thinking, "I just need this to leave, I'm going to end this"
The source further said that she immediately felt & # 39; better & # 39; after she had removed the Twitter app from her phone when she turned her life around and tried to move on.
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