Coming out of a federal lawsuit arguing that Jessica Logan's school did not do enough to stop her bullies, the money is unlikely to heal the wounds that remain from the suicide, sources close to the family say. The tragedy was set into play when Logan took a racy picture of herself on spring break in Florida and sent it to her then-boyfriend. When the couple split, that boyfriend sent the picture around Cincinnati's Sycamore High School, where Logan was met with a wave of torment and torture. This sort of treatment made Logan depressed, it made her fear going to school and eventually, she started skipping class. Sycamore High began sending daily letters informing Logan's mother, Cynthia, of her daughter's truancy. Even though school officials knew about it, they didn't do enough to stop the bullying until the girl hanged herself in her bedroom in July of , Cynthia has said. Gary Winters, an attorney for the school district, told the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Jessica Logan (18) hanged herself after her boyfriend circulated a nude photo of her
He later shared the picture with classmates after they split and the text was then sent to hundreds of teens, leading to Jessie suffering relentless bullying and abuse. She was filmed in darkness with a disguised voice to warn other teens not to send sexy pictures in case they end up in the wrong hands. As she tried to explain what it was like, Jessie, who planned to go to university to study graphic design, broke down crying, saying: "I still get harassed and stuff. Her mother Cynthia Logan, who found Jessie hanging from her wardrobe, said: "We had six attorneys that said that they couldn't help us. It was just too much for an year-old girl to go through.
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Jessica Logan was an year-old high school senior who sent nude photos of herself to her boyfriend. After the couple broke up the boyfriend sent the photo that was meant for his eyes only to hundreds of other teenagers via group chats. The photo sharing led to name calling and taunts at school. The taunting continued via Facebook and through text messages. Jessica was feeling miserable and depressed. She was afraid to go to school and started skipping classes. She told her mother there were pictures involved and a group of younger girls had received them and were harassing her and calling her vicious names. When the school officials became aware of the harassment they offered to go to one of the girls who had the pictures and tell her to delete them from her phone and never speak to Jessica again. The victim profile:.
By Lydia Warren. Jessica Logan hanged herself in her Cincinnati, Ohio bedroom in July after pictures she had shared with her former boyfriend were forwarded to four girls at Sycamore High School. After the images began circulating around the school, Jessica became the victim of bullying and harassment from fellow students, causing her to repeatedly skip school, her parents said.