Young mum 'destined to die by suicide' after bullying and rape opens up to help others
she told the Daily Record."It started off just being called names, a lot of verbal bullying, but then it escalated. It began with people in the year above me, then the year below."When I went home, it continued online and people from other schools and areas began to join in."The Falkirk local was often taunted for the size of her nose, and she eventually went under the knife at just 17 - but it didn't improve her self-esteem."Between the ages of 14 and 16, I was just constantly overdosing," Gemma said.