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Daisy Coleman

Teenager who says she was sexually assaulted while unconscious. She was bullied on social media and urged to kill herself, which she attempted to do multiple times. Her story drew national attention after the hacker group Anonymous targeted local officials in Maryville, Missouri, over their handling of Daisy’s case.

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