The tragedy of the discovery of the body of Rebecca Sedwick on September 10 has been made even more tragic with the revelations that the young girl had been viciously bullied, reports The Ledger.
Sedwick's mother, Trisha Norman, speaking to Fox 13, was trying to make sense of the tragedy, she was speaking about a group of girls at Sedwick's previous school: "I guess for whatever reason, they just didn't like her."
It's also reported by The Ledger that the night before she died, Sedwick had chaged her name on a social media channel to "That Dead Girl."
Sedwick's body was found in a disused cement factory in Lakeland, Florida, just minutes from her home at around 2:30 a.m. on September 10. She had been reported missing at 7 p.m. the previous day when she never returned home from school, serious concern was raised when her school books were found at home.
Speaking with Fox 13, Trisha Norman said:
I don't know what I am supposed to do next. I lost my world. I am trying to stay strong and do these interviews so I can get the message out: don't ignore your kids, even if they seem fine, still check up on them. Because you never know what's going on