A pretty public schoolgirl who committed suicide under the wheels of a speeding train is still be tormented from beyond the grave – by sick Facebook BULLIES.
Tragic Natasha MacBryde, 15, was killed instantly when she was hit by a passenger train at a station near her home on Valentine’s Day morning.
Family and friends revealed the blonde teenager had been feeling ”so low” in the days before she died after being taunted by bullies over her parents’ divorce.
Today evil internet ghouls posted cruel jokes on her Facebook tribute site, branding her ”a whore”.
A coward, calling themselves Pro Fesser, posted a picture of Natasha in a poster under the banner saying: ”I committed suicide for the Lulz.”
Another poster read: ”Natasha wasn’t bullied, she was just a whore,” while one said: ”I caught the train to heaven LOL.”
Yesterday friends of Natasha, who was a pupil at posh £10,000 Royal Grammar School in Upper Tything, Worcester, expressed fury at the comments.
One said: ”It isn’t enough that Tasha is dead, these evil bullies can’t leave her in peace.
”What possible pleasure can these people get from making jokes like this? It’s absolutely sick.”
Blonde Natasha, described as a ”model pupil” by her teachers was found dead on the track at Bromsgrove station on Monday.
Natasha was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics from the West Midlands Ambulance Service.
Her death is not being treated as suspicious by police.
Friends said she was depressed after her dad Andrew, 47, and mum Catherine, 43, had separated.
A mother whose daughter was a classmate of Natasha’s said: ”The split was hard on her and her brother, James.
”The other kids teased Natasha about it. Lots of the children at the school are wealthy and a few of the kids can be quite snobby.”
Last week grief-stricken pupils were granted permission to leave the school’s grounds so they could buy flowers which they laid at a shrine to Natasha.
The father of hounded Natasha MacBryde today blasted Facebook for allowing ”sick” internet ghouls to post vile jokes about her death on a tribute page.
Disgusted Andrew MacBryde, 47, called for the social networking giant to launch an ”immediate crackdown” on comments made on tribute sites.
A macabre video – entitled ‘Tasha The Tank Engine’ – has already been removed from YouTube after her devastated brother James complained to the website.
The video is understood to have featured a spoof version of Thomas the Tank Engine featuring a picture of Natasha on the front of a train in the children’s TV series.
Today Andrew, from Upton Warren, near Bromsgrove, Worcs., said: ”I am disgusted at these comments made by some seriously sick individuals.
”I simply cannot understand how or why these people get any enjoyment or satisfaction from making such disgraceful comments.
”I actually feel sorry for them.
”I am shocked that Facebook don’t monitor these sites more closely. These comments have appeared on the site and been there for all to see for hours.
”I am trying to concentrate on the many, many beautiful and heartfelt comments which have been written about Natasha.
”I do not want to concentrate on a few sick people who want to upset people with derogatory comments which should never have made it onto the website in the first place.
”Facebook has a responsibility to allow people to express their grief properly while wedding out these sick people.”
Shockingly, two Facebook users, calling themselves Buck Stanton and Anne Fetermin, even posted they ‘liked’ the messages.
At 13.21 the Pro Fesser posts were still on the R.I.P Natasha MacBryde Facebook site – more than 10 hours after it was added.