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"Follow Me or I'Ll Break My Dog's Neck": Obsessed One Direction Fan 'Kills Pet Chihuahua '


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Marie
- 216 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
A one direction fan reportedly killed her pet chihuahua in a fit of rage because the British boy band did not respond to requests to follow her on Twitter.



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Candy L. (466)
Friday September 13, 2013, 6:01 am
What is wrong with kids today to much me. me. me I hope they put her away in psc ward. Here's another one that was posted earlier: http://www.care2.com/news/member/357545291/3641484 Almost the same thing but with more pets
 

PrimaSICK B. (1275)
Saturday September 14, 2013, 11:46 pm
Absolutely sick and this child /fan is Psychologically ill. Yes she needs to be in a Phsyciatric ward at the very least. Unfortunately most of those type plasces are nothing at all and wont offer help. Many underage or teen kids are put in these facilities buit believe me they don't suffer in most and there is no help. She may need to be charged as an adult at some point ,which i definitely believe without a doiubt she should be. She knows right from wrong!!! If not then she really needs to be convicted ,fully charged and when well enough charged as an adult anyway. That would possibly mean she will never ever be allowed out again. This is crazy and not normnal. We all know that.

TY for the post Marie!!
Thank You Candy for link
 

Debbie W. (108)
Sunday September 15, 2013, 2:22 pm
if this story is true ..... She needs to be prosecuted for cruelty and imprisoned for 15 to 20 years!
 

Wendy H. (34)
Sunday September 15, 2013, 5:14 pm
SO sad and pathetic!
 

Dale O. (177)
Sunday September 15, 2013, 7:27 pm
A very disturbed individual, hopefully she gets the help that she desperately needs before these fake acts become possible real actions in future.

The state of treatment of mental illnesses is pathetic. It gets so very little research dollars even though one in five people will have some form of mental illness in their life time. People can relate to cancer research more easily than they can relate to research on mental illness.

The mind is the least understood organ of the human body. Mental illness is one of the last stigmas. Cancer was a stigma some 60 years ago, families kept it a deep dark secret. Mental illness is still often kept secret and the public doesn't really want to know or to understand, so research dollars are minimal and lags behind most physical illnesses. There have been improvements over the years but there is a lot of ground to cover and until then we have the walking wounded, the severely mentally ill who are often not treated, often seen as homeless, or war veterans falling through the cracks, or otherwise those who never get help and progressively get worse as time goes on.

Such problems don't go away by themselves without consequence as the most severely ill, a minority of the mentally ill populace begin to get violent. Most don't, but the truly violent cases get covered by the media and they stick out in our minds. Many people think that anyone with a mental illness is potentially dangerous but for the most part they are not, but often suffer in silence.

People like Abraham Lincoln and Winston Churchill both suffered from severe depression but lead nations in time of war. There are some that are untreatable and some that need to be kept in psychiatric hospitals on a long term basis. Others respond to treatment and get well.

For those who threaten animals and other humans, one has to be wary and hope that they get the help that they need. Some of those are totally incurable. Others end up committing horrific and cruel acts that none of us are able to relate to.

Perhaps one day medical science will progress to the point that all such illnesses are prevented or treated early with a successful cure rate. That is a long time away, like the cure for cancer.
 

Jill Vickerman (428)
Wednesday September 18, 2013, 12:28 pm
What an awful girl! Good grief, are they all insane? from the look of what they do, i would say that they must be, id put them all away and throw away the key.
 
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