Family Claims School Didn’t Stop Bullying That Led To Girl’s Death


WE WILL CONTINUE TO FOLLOW THIS FOR YOU AND AS SOON AS WE HAVE THE INFORMATION, WE WILL BRING IT TO YOU. IN NEW JERSEY FAMILY IS SUING THEIR DAUGHTER’S SCHOOL DISTRICT SAYING THEY DID NOT DO ENOUGH TO PREVENT CYBER BULLYING. CBS4’S HENA DOBA HAS MORE FROM NEW YORK. Reporter: MALLORY GROSSMAN TOOK HER OWN LIFE ONE WEEK BEFORE SCHOOL ENDED FOR THE SUMMER AND NOW HER MOTHER IS MAKING IT CLEAR WHO IS RESPONSIBLE. THE MIDDLE SCHOOL IN NEW JERSEY. THERE WAS A PATTERN OF THE SCHOOL DISMISSING MY CONCERNS. Reporter: SHE WAS BULLIED FOR MONTHS BY CLASSMATES. SHE SAYS TWO OF THE LAST POSTS WERE TAKEN ON SCHOOL GROUND. IN THE BEGINNING IT WAS JUST TEASING AND NAME-CALLING AND EXCLUSION. YOU ARE NOT WELCOME HERE . Reporter: THE FAMILY SAID THEY TOOK CONCERNS TO THE SCHOOL INCLUDING HOURS BEFORE HER DEATH. BUT THE REPRESENTATIVES IGNORED THEM. WE HOPE TO SET ACCOUNTABILITY SO THAT MAYBE TEACHERS WILL THINK TWICE BEFORE THEY SWEEP THINGS UNDER THE RUG . Reporter: THE DISTRICT IS NOT COMMENTING. THE DISTRICT GAVE COPELAND MIDDLE SCHOOL AND A GRADE DEALT WITH BULLYING. HENA DOBA, CBS4 NEWS . FAMILY MEMBERS ALSO SPOKE WITH OTHER PARENTS BUT THEIR