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YUCAIPA, CA – A 13-year-old girl hanged herself after being bullied at school, leaving a note calling herself a “loser.”

On the morning of November 28, the family of Rosalie Avila woke up to find the girl had hanged herself in her bedroom.

“I had to find my daughter hanging in her room,” said her father, Freddie Avila. “That’s a vision you never want to see from your daughter in her bedroom.”

She was taken to the hospital in extremely critical condition, before being declared brain dead and removed from life support on December 1.

Her family says Avila left behind a note in which she apologized, while also calling herself a “loser” and “ugly.”

Avila’s father said his daughter had endured two years of bullying at Mesa View Middle School.

“She kept a journal or a diary of the people who hurt her and people that called her ugly and just putting her down,” said her mother.

 It had gotten so bad recently that Avila had started cutting herself so her family had placed her in counseling.

The school, which was reportedly aware of the bullying, released a statement about Avila’s death without mentioning bullying. It read, in part:

“No one can fathom the heartbreak and confusion that we are certain many of our students and their families are feeling right now, especially the families of those students that have been most closely struck by this event. The District Board of Education, its administration, and staff are all united in care and concern for those affected by this tragedy. Crisis counselors have been deployed to the school site, and are available for any student who feels he or she needs to talk with someone as they struggle to cope with their feelings.” 

A GoFundMe page has been created to help the family with funeral and medical expenses. They have already surpassed their $15,000 goal.

Her family wants to remind kids that their words can hurt and ask that the bullying stop so that another family doesn’t have to go through what they are.

“My daughter had the whole world,” he said. “Now, I just have to think about what she could have done or what she could have become. Now it’s just a memory.”

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