They include such time-honored ways as shooting her, making her commit suicide, and pushing her off a cliff. Beth Smith, mother of Piper, told KING5-TV the cartoon was set to a Hannah Montana song called "True Friend" and posted on YouTube.
Now, some could call this just a joke, but really, it goes to show just how far kids will go in their cruelty to those they don't like in school. With the Internet, the teasing that would once be localized to a school can now go global.
Piper attends Elk Plain School of Choice in Spanaway, WA, as do the girls who made the video.
Worse, while some of the parents were shocked, others dismissed it. Smith said one man blew it off and "said he was making dinner."
The School District says it can't say how the girls were disciplined. But district spokeswoman Krista Carlson told the local TV station that the students involved "have expressed their remorse about this incident."
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