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The parents of Jessica Logan, a teen who committed suicide a month after graduating from high-school, are suing their daughter's ex-boyfriend, who circulated among his friends a nude photo of Jessica that she had "sexted" sent via text message to him while they were dating. Jessica's parents are also suing the school she attended, Sycamore High,for negligence, as well as several of the teens to whom Jessica's boyfriend showed the picture, for "severe" emotional harassment. The suit was filed in Ohio by Cynthia and Albert Logan who say that the students' "degrading sexual insults" caused their year-old daughter Jessica, their only child, severe emotional distress, which led her to kill herself in July , a month after graduating from high school. The complaint filed by the teen's parents names the city, school district, ex-boyfriend, and the friends to whom he purportedly sent the picture. The couple are seeking punitive damages for discrimination, civil rights violations, the invasion of privacy, and emotional distress, reports the Courthouse News Service.
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Jessica Logan was an year-old high school senior who sent nude photos of herself to her boyfriend. After the couple broke up the boyfriend sent the photo that was meant for his eyes only to hundreds of other teenagers via group chats. The photo sharing led to name calling and taunts at school. The taunting continued via Facebook and through text messages. Jessica was feeling miserable and depressed. She was afraid to go to school and started skipping classes. She told her mother there were pictures involved and a group of younger girls had received them and were harassing her and calling her vicious names. When the school officials became aware of the harassment they offered to go to one of the girls who had the pictures and tell her to delete them from her phone and never speak to Jessica again.
The parents of a teenage girl who committed suicide last year are suing the girl's ex-boyfriend and several other former high school classmates who circulated a nude photo of her and harassed her about the image. The suit was filed in Ohio by Cynthia and Albert Logan who say that the students' "degrading sexual insults" caused their year-old daughter Jessica, their only child, severe emotional distress, which led her to kill herself in July , a month after graduating from high school. Salyers is further accused of invading Jessica's privacy. It also names the Sycamore Community Schools Board of Education and Montgomery police officer Paul Payne for being negligent in not ending the "severe, pervasive, and objectively offensive harassment" of their daughter and for violating her 14th Amendment rights of equal protection and due process of law. It names the Montgomery municipality for failing to ensure that Payne would take steps to halt the harassment. The suit seeks unspecified damages and aims to force the school district to amend its policies and procedures for responding to harassment claims. According to the complaint.