FORT MYERS, FL (NBC) - Authorities said two high school students are in big trouble. The two girls were busted by the FBI and Lee County Sheriff's Office for allegedly cyberbullying through the popular Facebook.
Deputies said Taylor Wynn, 16, and McKenzie Barker, 15, created a fake Facebook account for a real person. They are accused of posing as their classmates and posting pictures and offensive comments.
The graphic statements suggested the girl was willing to perform various sex acts with men in the 239 area code.
"The sole purpose of this page was to terrorize and embarrass the victim," said Lt. Ryan Bell of the Lee County Sheriff's Office.
According to reports, it was another student who told authorities about the page, which was shut down within a week. Detectives said they then created a second fake page attacking the girl yet again, and it too was shut down.
The arrest report stated that Wynn told deputies she made the fake pages as a joke because, "Nobody liked her."
Deputies said the victim found out about the online attack from other students.
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