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His Sister Was Bullied To Death, Now Brother Is Pursuing Revenge

A 14-year-old girl was tragically found dead in February. Her older brother believes that four other girls bullied her and were responsible for her death. he began harassing the four girls on line. He's been arrested and pleaded guilty to several charges.

Nyah James was just 14 years old and she could have had a bright life ahead of her, but unfortunately the teen couldn't see that. She was being bullied on Snapchat and Facebook, and couldn't take the harassment anymore. Her family believes the girl committed suicide because of the bullying.

"I didn't see any signs at all. I only found out she was being bullied after her death," said her mother, Dominique Williams.

Jordan Clements, Nyah's 20-year-old brother, wants to make his sister's tormentors pay. He tried to take revenge on the girls after Nyah's death.

The girls are minors and their names are being protected. Clements contacted one girl online and told her, "I know what you did. You are going to regret this for the rest of your life."

He contacted another girl and taunted her, calling her 'ugly', and he threatened to 'slice up' her parents.

When police arrested Clements, he told them he was 'angry and upset' over his sister’s death, and wanted to make the girls feel the way Nyah did when she was being bullied.

The four girls insist they did nothing wrong.

Clements was charged with two counts of harassment and two counts of sending communications of an indecent or offensive nature. He was released on bail under the condition that he doesn't use social media or contact the girls he was tormenting.

The cause of Nyah's death is still being investigated. According to Williams, people from the teen's school have come forward to report that she was targeted for bullying. "Her phone has been seized by police who are investigating. Whoever is at the end of it need to realise what they’ve done – we need justice," said Williams.

Source: Metro
Photo: Wales News Service

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