12-year-old girl streams her suicide on Facebook

Posted by | January 12, 2017 08:26 | Filed under: News Behaving Badly Planet

It happened after being sexually abused by a relative.

The video has gone viral and is now being replayed on other websites – and cops say they are powerless to stop it.

Katelyn Nicole Davis, 12, broadcast her suicide on Facebook Live…

In the video, Katelyn Nicole Davis claims she was physically and sexually abused by a relative then lets the camera roll as she hangs herself in her back garden.

Katelyn, a student at Cedartown Middle School in Polk County, Georgia, US, broadcast it over Facebook Live on December 30 but it was later removed from her page.

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5 responses to 12-year-old girl streams her suicide on Facebook

  1. whatthe46 January 12th, 2017 at 11:44

    poor baby.

    • Larry Schmitt January 12th, 2017 at 12:07

      What I don’t understand is why anyone would want to watch that.

      • whatthe46 January 12th, 2017 at 12:23

        she started a youtube channel leading up to this. it’s really sad. they need to find out who abused her and fk him up. there was a vid that she posted and you can tell she needed help. she said “this is what goes on behind closed doors” and she leaves the room as her mother kept calling for her. youtube is not showing her suicide, only the ones where she’s talking about her situation. i didn’t watch all of them, so i don’t know if she specifically mentions “the event” that caused her to do this. i think she left a note. anyone, especially teens, who watch it may get help knowing they aren’t alone before killing themselves. she was just a baby.

    • bpollen January 13th, 2017 at 05:17

      Despair can blind you to the possibility that things could ever improve.

      Had a bipolar sister-in-law who committed suicide in a depressive episode. My mom said that she’d pray for her and ask for Gawd to forgive her. Though I knew that, by her lights my mom was being kind and was quite sincere, I still was bothered by that old religious viewpoint- that suicide is a sin, or the view that those who commit it are weak. You can’t know the journey without walking the path.

  2. Mensa Member January 12th, 2017 at 23:28

    This is beyond sad.

    It’s not justice but I hope the relative who abused her is prosecuted.

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