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Hannah Smith's sister Jo now being targeted by cyberbullies, says father

07/08/2013 11:16

Older sister of teenager who killed herself after suffering online abuse says she is suffering the same hateful taunts from trolls.
The sister of a girl who died after suffering online abuse is struggling after being targeted by cyberbullies, it has been reported.
Hannah Smith, 14, from Lutterworth, Leicestershire, killed herself on Friday after being bullied on the website ask.fm, her father said.
Her sister Jo, 16, told the Daily Mirror she was now being subjected to the same hateful taunts her sister was as they prepared for her funeral.
"I've just lost my sister and now I've got to deal with getting abuse myself," she told the Mirror.
"These trolls don't care what happened to Hannah or what we're going through, they just live in their sad little worlds. It's really upsetting. I'm struggling to cope with what's happened and don't need these trolls hounding me."
Jo described her sister as "a beautiful person and so full of life and love". Smith said Hannah was found dead in her bedroom by her sister.
The website ask.fm has described Hannah's death as a "true tragedy" and promised to work with police investigating the incident.

Source: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2013/aug/07/hannah-smith-jo-sister-online-bullying