A 14-year-old schoolgirl has released an emotional video describing her encounters with classroom bullies who allegedly called her ‘fat’ and told her to ‘Go kill yourself’.
Sacha Davies began being bullied after she created a Youtube channel featuring her singing and announced her plans to audition for Britain’s Got Talent.
Sacha has amassed almost 10,000 subscribers in two years – but she also claims teachers make fun of her channel and turn a blind eye to abuse.
The school has asked her to remove the 10-minute video discussing her tormentors but her dad Martin Davies, 32, said she ‘should be free to express herself’.
In the video, a teary-eyed Sacha said: “I don’t know why I am being bullied for this. I’m just trying to do something that I love to do and I’m getting judged for it.
“There was a boy in my year who made a video making fun of me. I got really upset because I thought he was my friend.”
Mr Davies, a carer for autistic people, is concerned with harassment Sacha is receiving on social media.
He said videos of a woman masturbating were released purporting to be from Sacha’s snapchat account by hackers.
Mr Davies, from Llanelli, South Wales, said: “Someone hacked her snapchat and sent naked photos of a girl pleasuring herself.
“I know it wasn’t Sacha because I was in her bedroom with her.
“I’ve since had a meeting with the school and they said they are unhappy with Sacha expressing herself publicly on Youtube.”
Last month, Sacha uploaded a video of herself singing and revealed her intention to go on Britain’s Got Talent.
This is when the bullying became constant – and Sacha even claimed teachers had mocked her by making references to the Youtube videos.
She said: “Other pupils were laughing about it and saying I won’t get far.
“I felt scared at school because every time i posted a video things got worse.
“I get messages every day being called ‘fat’ and saying ‘Go kill yourself’.”
St John Lloyd Catholic Comprehensive School in Llanelli, did not wish to comment.