The bloodstained body of Angela Wrightson, 39, was found at her home in Hartlepool, County Durham, with more than injuries. Two teenage girls took selfies as they bludgeoned to death a woman in her own home in a "sustained and brutal" attack using household implements, a court heard. She was battered to death with a wooden stick laced with screws, a TV set, a computer printer, a coffee table and a shovel. The court was told that Ms Wrightson was discovered on the sofa in her front room, naked from the waist down, by her landlord on December 8
Instagram model hits back at cruel body shamers asking if she's pregnant
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Chloe Morello has a huge presence online, with more than 1. This changed two days ago when she uploaded a photo of herself on a beach wearing a purple bikini. Some Instagram users took it upon themselves to direct negative, fat shaming comments at Chloe, pointing scornful fingers at the size of her stomach. One user whose account consists solely of photos of cars wrote: "Two words of advice; salad bar. The model was not ready to take the cheap jibes lying down, firing back to one comment: "Clearly not? Many people were quick to come to her defence, diluting the body shaming comments with hundreds of upbeat, positive words of support.
Why are British teenagers so addicted to taking selfies with 17 MILLION uploaded every week?
This is becoming common. I imagine the next step will be charging a child with child molestation for masturbating. This is what happens when you let puritans run the legal system.
Selfies might seem like harmless fun but it has been claimed they are responsible for low self-esteem, bullying and even child grooming. More than 17 million selfies are uploaded to social media sites every week — mostly by teenager girls copying celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Cara Delevingne, who tweet their every move. It may seem like harmless fun but the trend has taken an increasingly disturbing turn, involving low self-esteem, bullying and even child grooming. When Sophie Halsall wakes up, the first thing she does is reach for her smartphone , pout and take a selfie.