11-year-old died by suicide after his girlfriend faked her own death in a prank

This is about Tysen Benz, an 11-year-old lad from Michigan. Though the distressing incident took place in 2017, but it should be used as a reminder as to the frequently shattering effects of bullying that is widespread in schools throughout the United States.

Tysen terribly decided to pass away by suicide after a social media hoax played on him on March 14, 2017. He was hurried to a hospital, where he was put on life support. Unfortunately, he never well again and died just after one month.

Tysen’s brokenhearted mom, Katrina Goss, decided to take action to make sure that the issue of bullying amid schoolchildren isn’t one brushed off casually nor overlooked even in the slightest of degrees.

According to a report, Tysen was the prey of a harsh social media prank by his girlfriend he was seeing then. He had been dating a 13-year-old girl when she posed as somebody different online to pretend Tysen into trusting that she had pass away.

Tysen was clearly distressed by this and tried to hang himself the very same evening and he was tragically found by his mom.  

You are my hero! ❤️💔 So very loved & missed babe! #karma

Posted by Together for TYSEN on Sunday, 26 May 2019

His mother creates a Facebook page named “Together for TYSEN” where she still keeps informed in a bid to recap all parents that bullying does happen in schools. She also acknowledged that she was still struggling to deal with her son’s passing.

I miss your soft hair, kind eyes, soft skin that was always super warm, super caring soul, your love for me, I miss…

Posted by Together for TYSEN on Friday, 18 September 2020

Reports suggest that the young girl answerable for playing the hoax that directed to Tysen taking his own life was charged with the misdemeanour crimes of hateful use of a telecommunications device and using a computer to commit a crime.

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