HORROR VIDEO: ‘Everyone wants to kill you’

 

HORRIFYING footage has emerged of two Gold Coast schoolgirls threatening to kill a classmate and taunting her to commit suicide.

In a vile video which has today been shared on Facebook hundreds of times in just a few hours, two girls from Helensvale State High School scream in to the camera about wishing to kill one of their classmates and encouraging her to commit suicide.

The target of the abuse is not present.

It was originally posted by a family friend of the girl being subjected to the shocking abuse.

"Everyone f**ing hates you and everyone wants to kill you," one girl yells at the camera.

"You're going to probably kill yourself before I kill you, but you know what? I want to kill you."

A second girl then threatens to stomp on the target of their abuse.

The post attracted hundreds of comments encouraging the family to go to police, while others called for the girls involved to be expelled.

A Queensland Police Service spokeswoman said they were not aware of a complaint being lodged yet.

In a statement, a spokesman for the education department said they would not comment on individual cases to protect the privacy of students involved.

"Any situation that threatens the safety and wellbeing of students or others in the school community is treated extremely seriously, and dealt with as a matter of priority regardless of whether it occurs on or outside of school grounds," the spokesman said.

"Students and caregivers with any concerns are strongly encouraged to report cases of bullying or misconduct to their school principal or their closest Department of Education regional office."

The latest shocking incident follows footage of a schoolyard attack at Gympie.



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