'Dolly' Everett memorial: Family make emotional plea as bullied teen remembered

'Dolly' Everett memorial: Family make emotional plea as bullied teen remembered

'Dolly' Everett memorial: Family make emotional plea as bullied teen remembered

Amy "Dolly" Everett shot to fame as the face of Akubra hats, before she was trolled online.

Everett called on those who had bullied his daughter to "witness the complete devastation you have created". The tragic news travelled quickly via social media from the remote and sparsely populated cattle country of Australia's rugged far north.

Amy Jayne Everett, known as Dolly, killed herself on January 3 "to escape the evil in this world", her father says.

About 300 people attended her funeral in the Northern Territory on Friday, dressed in the girl's favourite colour.

On Wednesday the family released a statement to media outlets that described "the kindest, caring, lovely soul" that the little girl in the hats had grown up to be.

"Talk to your children, please, just talk to your children and everybody else and please just keep in mind to speak even if your voice shakes".

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'This powerful message tells the dark, scary place our handsome angel had travelled to'.

The little girl who was the face of Akubra "loved anything with four legs and a heartbeat".

The company and her family have launched anti-bullying campaigns in her name.

"To all the parents - please check your children, talk to them, talk to them about their relationships, talk to them about their bullying, whichever way it might be happening", Tick said.

Cyber bullying has risen sharply in recent years, according to Australia's National Centre Against Bullying (NCAB), although overall bullying rates have declined.

Kodi Pearson was a victim of bullying.

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"To think that anyone could feel so overwhelmed and that suicide was their only option is unfathomable", they said.

The devastated family of an Australian teenager has issued an emotional plea for parents to do all they can to stamp out bullying as they fondly remembered their own "kind, gentle, loving little girl". "Bullying of any type is unacceptable", the company's post said. "Dolly could be anyone's daughter, sister, friend".

Mr Everett had earlier shared his grief on Facebook and called for more action bullying so that his daughter's life "would not be wasted".

We don't want another family to go through what we are going through and our vision is to establish a trust called Dolly's Dream.

"Doll had the strength to do what she thought she had to do to escape the evil in this world", Tick Everett, her father, wrote on Facebook.

He ended the post with a string of hashtags, including this: #SPEAKNOWEVENIFYOURVOICESHAKES.

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