Bullies “Played A Part In Crushing Her,” According To The Mother Of A Teen Who Committed Suicide: Know More Here

The grieving mother of Kansas youngster Jaylee Chillson, 14, who killed herself earlier this month by shooting herself in the head, expressed her wrath at her daughter’s bullies.


“I’m angry with those that hurt my baby,” Stacie Chillson recently wrote on Facebook. “I’m furious with those I KNOW hurt her and will talk about her now like they didn’t play a part in crushing her.”

On September 16, it was thought that the girl fled in order to attend a field party in Aurora for college and high school pupils. According to a news release, her parents contacted the Cloud County Sheriff’s Office for assistance.

When a constable located her, he made an effort to persuade her to go home.

She pulled out a gun and shot herself in front of “multiple partygoers” while he was walking her to his patrol car, according to the sheriff’s office announcement. The policeman did not pull his gun.

The girl’s family had earlier claimed that she had changed schools to avoid constant bullying, but reports indicate that the assault persisted.

According to her father, Jeb Chillson, she was allegedly sexually molested and another girl threw rubber cement in her hair in front of other pupils at school.

In Stacie’s words, her daughter experienced unremitting suffering and exclusion during the last year of her life.

“I’ve read days worth of messages from her ‘friends’ that treated her absolutely awful,” she wrote. “Watched as she was not included with girls on her sports teams. Watched adults on a school level repeatedly fail her. Watched girls that were once her best friends not even acknowledge her when she would walk by them, and watched a handful of parents who used to gush about her and how amazing she turned to calling her names and talking badly about her to their kids.”

The upset mother attacked Jaylee’s bullies.

“Please do not, if you know YOU were part of the problem, if you knew YOUR child was part of the problem, use my daughter’s name now that she’s gone. You don’t deserve to,” Stacie wrote of her only daughter.

Jaylee left four broken-hearted brothers in her wake. The teen was remembered at her burial on September 25 at the Evangelical Covenant Church for her love of softball, fishing, and camping.

“The world lost one of its brightest lights,” her mother wrote in the online tribute. “This girl has the biggest heart of anyone I know.”

She was referred to be Stacie’s everything and the ideal daughter.

“Our hearts are shattering. It’s unbearable. It’s not fair,” the mother wrote. “There is nothing that will ever make this hurt go away.”

The terrible death is being looked into by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI). Brett Nelson, superintendent of Clay County, and KBI did not respond to calls for comment.

As of Wednesday afternoon, more than $24,000 had been gathered through a GoFundMe to assist the family with paying funeral costs.

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