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Uni Student Commits Suicide After Being Outed As Porn Star By High School ‘Friends’

College Freshman Suicide Porn Star

Cyberbullying really does suck.

Here’s some pretty depressing news for you on this bank holiday weekend – a 19 year old straight A student drove out to her family’s boat with a shotgun and blew her brains out after kids from her high school outed her as an amateur porn star (appearing in one video) and relentlessly cyberbullied her. Her name was Alyssa Funke and she was a freshman at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.

Her parents acknowledge that although their daughter had been battling depression for some time, they feel that it was almost certainly the impact of the cyberbullying that tipped her over the edge and led to her suicide. However, whether this was the case is obviously uncertain as we will never know the reasons that Alyssa took her own life – the closeness of the reveal in March of this year and her suicide on April 16th would imply some correlation between the two, although it’s also annoyingly distant enough to imply that the two might have no relevance whatsoever.

In the Casting Couch (amateur porn site) video, Alyssa was 18 and talked to the cameraman about her goals for the future (she wanted to major in biology and then became anaesthesiologist) and her love of sports, before she gets ‘facefucked from above by the casting director and moaning as she takes his cock into her mouth…but that moan is nothing compared to when she bends over and gets her tight teen pussy pounded from behind!’ If you’re into seeing dead girl porno, then it isn’t that hard to find the video (it’s still on Casting Couch at the time of writing).

Once the video was revealed, Alyssa received lots of threatening and bitching messages via social media from her former associates at Stillwater high in Minnesota including ‘Wow your a thot,’ which means slut, and ‘Nothing brings a school together like a porn star who graduated last year. I guess you could say news spreads fast here at Stillwater hahah.’

Although not particularly offensive, it can hardly be a great feeling to know that everyone at your high school thinks you’re a slut and is sending you horrible messages and if you’re already depressed it could lead to the worst, which is what happened here despite Alyssa trying to put on a brave face as demonstrated by these Facebook and Twitter statuses, taken a couple of days before she killed herself.

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