UK teen leaves prom in tears after bully pours jug of juice over her head

Emilee Perry left her prom in tears after being the victim of bullying.
Emilee Perry left her prom in tears after being the victim of bullying. Photo credit: Facebook

A UK teenager with anxiety was forced to leave her prom early after having a jug of juice poured over her. 

Emilee Perry, 16, had initially refused to go to her prom before her mum eventually managed to convince her. 

However, she left in tears after only two hours because someone poured a full jug of juice over her head, according to her mum. 

In a Facebook post, her mother, Tracey Perry, said the 16-year-old had been battling with her anxiety before she went. 

"My beautiful daughter who suffers with anxiety, whom we had to beg to go to the prom this evening. Two hours later, I collect her from the prom...heartbroken and in a state," she wrote. 

"This 'person' thought it a good idea to pour a full jug of juice over her and soak her from head to toe. I hope one day someone humiliates and devastates her like she has done to my daughter," she said.

Emilee Perry after having a jug of juice poured over her.
Emilee Perry after having a jug of juice poured over her. Photo credit: Facebook

Emilee has received an outpouring of love since her mother's post, with many social media users reaching out and sharing their own experience with bullying. 

After her mother's post went viral, Emilee replied saying she appreciated all the support she has received. 

"I just want to take the time out to thank each and every person that has gone out of the way to absolutely shower me with love and support."

"It is greatly appreciated, and I will most certainly be eternally grateful for the extremely unexpected outcome of this situation," she wrote. 

However, she refrained from naming the girl who poured the juice over her, saying she doesn't want to cause any more stress. 

"I'm personally making the decision to keep the name of the girl anonymous because I would hate to be spreading her name around and causing her more hate and stress," she added. 

Speaking to the Daily Record, Tracey said: "It's unbelievable what has happened, she has had words of support from all over the globe".

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