Lilly-Jo Caldcott is the kindest and loveliest girl you could ever meet, according to everyone who has met her. You’d think that, with a heart of gold, no one would be against this lovely 10-year-old, particularly not a bully at school. She soon started acting differently, though. The formerly endearing, humorous, and joyful girl started acting distantly and inwardly. that became aware of a situation outside the house.
Her mother realized something was wrong with Lilly-Jo as soon as she stopped eating and avoided the social activities she truly loved. Her mother, Jess Brown, then took the ten-year-old aside. She was curious as to what was upsetting her and if there was anything going on at school where Jess was unable to stop it. Lilly-Jo provided a straightforward response without any sugarcoating.
She informed her mother how she was being abused at school by bullies. Jess then started to feel helpless. She attempted to impart the proverbial wisdom that “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me” on Lilly-Jo in an effort to help her learn how to let the remarks roll off her back. Lilly-Jo, however, had no influence over it, and she was unable to stop the cruel things the bullies were doing to her.
Jess spoke with the administrators of the school, but it was too late. The assaults abruptly turned violent. Lilly-Jo was left defenseless and alone, and Jess was powerless to intervene. Without someone to assist her, Lilly-Jo made an impossible decision. She made the decision to end her life even though she was only 10. She was unable to imagine ever becoming the target of bullying. She wishes to go from this planet.
Fortunately, Lilly-Jo did not pass away. She was hospitalized and rendered helpless after the suicide attempt, nevertheless. Moreover, Lilly-Jo was still in the hospital on her birthday. Jess Brown told the Worcester News in an interview that her daughter was fighting for her life as a result of bullying.
Another interview with Mirror UK was conducted by Jess. Lilly-Jo was behaving suspiciously the day before her ninth birthday. She inquired as to what was wrong, and at this point, the girl confessed that she had taken a number of “tablets” to kill herself after seeing something similar on television.
She admitted to taking certain drugs when I sat her down. I brought her to the doctor, who advised that we get right to the hospital. My kid was about to pass away, I thought. But, medical professionals saved her life. The tablets pumped her stomach and saved her before they could send her to paradise. In the changing rooms, (the abuser) was looking at me and calling me fat, Lilly-Jo told Mirror UK.
She observed me consuming two crumpets, a beverage, and a turkey baguette—those were my only foods. I’m afraid she’ll describe me as overweight. Despite Jess’s conversations with the school, nothing was done. She made the decision to speak with the bully’s parents now that her child had made an attempt at suicide.
The day after Lilly overdosed, I went to see the girl’s parents and gave them pictures of Lilly in the hospital. I tried to convince them of the significance of their daughter’s remarks, but they simply laughed and cursed at me. According to the school, every effort was made to halt the bullying. Yet it appears that it wasn’t enough.