Eleven-year-old 'Jessi Slaughter' appeared on Good Morning America Thursday to discuss the graphic, violent online videos she posted in response to cyberbullies' attacks.
The tween's "jawdropping" and "controversial" videos, in which Slaughter (her screen name) and sometimes her father can be seen addressing the girl's online enemies, have gone viral, receiving over a million views, and even led to death threats.
"I'll pop a glock in your mouth and make a brain slushy," Slaughter says in one video. In another: "I read the comments. I read the messages, and I reply to them. But, you know what? I don't give a f**k. I'm happy with my life, OK?"
"You bunch of lying no good punks," her dad yells in a YouTube clip. "I know who it's coming from because I've back traced it. You'll be reported to the cyberpolice and the state police. [...] And if you come near my daughter, guess what? Consequences will never the same, you lying bunch of pricks."
According to ABC News, Slaughter's original video was intended to "turn her webcam into a weapon to retaliate against online postings about her alleged sexual history."
"It was all done live. It was just a way for me to get out my anger," Slaughter explained in the Good Morning America segment.
Florida police are investigating the cyberbullying. Slaughter is reportedly receiving counseling.
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