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Parents Of Girl Told To Kill Herself Calls For Their Arrest

Last week, video of two girls bullying a classmate and encouraging her to kill herself surfaced on social media

THE APPALLING VISION saw TWO GIRLS SHOUTING AT THE CAMERA: "KILL YOURSELF BEFORE I F**KING KILL YOU BECAUSE YOU ARE A F**KING S*** AND I F**KING HATE YOU."

F**king roll another f**king durry in the f**king corner to avoid your f**king problems, 'cause everyone f**king hates you and everyone f**king wants to kill you, 'cause your a little f**king slut," the girl yells, as another girl is overheard laughing off camera. The second girl then appears on screen, threatening to "stomp" on the girl. 

The victim's parents have since come forward to reveal that their 15-year-old daughter, who had previously been admitted to hospital for three-months with anxiety-related malnutrition, was now too scared to go to school.

She has been to three different schools, and suffered relentless bullying at all of them. 

"There's been boys saying some quite vile things to her," Michelle Panozza told A Current Affair.

"One day they just decided they'd come up and slap her legs as hard as they could, and you can see from photos there's welt and hand marks.

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"If that was my children on that video I would have taken them to the police station myself because that's unacceptable behaviour."

However, the father of one of the 'bullies' claims it was filmed as a joke, and was never meant to be taken seriously.

"It was just kids mucking around… girls egging each other on and being stupid,' he told the Gold Coast Bulletin. 

"It was never meant to go to the poor girl that it was about. It was really bad judgement on my daughter's part and she's beside herself with remorse.

When told about this, the victim's father couldn't believe the justification.

"I cant believe it - in the video it's clear that her intention was to push our daughter over the edge," he said. 

Even more unfortunate is that their daughter used to be friends with these bullies.

"We had them in our home - they were her friends for a while and then we heard Amber started having problems with them," he said.

Originally posted to Snapchat, a friend of the recipient's family uploaded the vision to Facebook. 

"Friends and family, a good mate's daughter had these lovely girls send her this," he reportedly posted. 

"What would u do? Disgraceful. Would u like ur child doing this or hanging out with these charming girls? This needs to come out and these people need to be exposed."

The family has contacted Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk for help but were told the government could not intervene as she was going to a private school. 

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