Schoolboy, 15, killed himself in his bedroom after months of abuse from bullies who were jealous of his girlfriend and threatened to rape his mother

Mail Online | 9/12/2017 | Abe Hawken For Mailonline
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A teenage boy killed himself in his bedroom after suffering months of abuse from bullies who were jealous of the attention he got from girls at school.

Brandon Rayat was just 15 when he hanged himself after being tormented by other teenagers who called him a paedophile - and even threatened to rape his mother.

Schoolboy - Leicester - Bullies - Health - Issues

The schoolboy, from Leicester, became so distraught by the bullies that he began to suffer from mental health issues.

His mother Mina even quit her job as a hairdresser to support her son and although she begged for him to be sectioned, he took his own life after being picked on.

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The youngster's parents first became aware of the bullying their son was suffering in April 2015 and he later went on to try and take his own life on a number of occasions.

She said: 'The bullies got in his head and sucked the life out of him, it just wasn't Brandon.

'Brandon - Boy - Lot - Girls - Shine

'Brandon was a handsome boy and a lot of girls took a shine to him as he got older, I think the bullies were jealous of that.

'He even shaved his hair off so he could be like them, he just wanted to be accepted.

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'He wanted to go to university and become a doctor, he had his whole life planned out. But these boys were relentless.

'He used to love school, but within a few weeks of the bullying starting, he was asking us to move to another country so he would never see them again.'

Schoolboy - Abuse - Torture - Bullies - Day

The schoolboy suffered both physical and mental abuse as well as online torture because of the bullies every day for more than one year.

He refused to leave his home for fear of seeing his tormentors and could no longer attend school.

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His parents, Mina and Raj Rayat, vowed to get justice for their son...
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