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Bullied schoolgirl Sinead Taylor posted a video diary on YouTube in June this year. In it she talks of how she was bullied as a tomboy, what she did to change her appearance to fit in - and some of her darkest moments. She says she would self-harm, but gives advice to others about overcoming abuse.
In an exclusive interview with ITV News, Sinead Taylor's mother Carrie Sangar tells us how she will remember the 15 year old.
The aspiring dancer was found dead last Friday. Police aren't treating her death as suspicious.
The family of bullied schoolgirl Sinead Taylor have spoken for the first time since her death. The 15-year-old aspiring dancer had revealed in a YouTube video giving advice to others that she had considered suicide. Her mother Carrie Sangar said she was "fun, loving and beautiful."
A teenager who has been found dead at home a few months after posting online videos about bullying has been named in several reports as 15-year-old Sinead Taylor from Kidbrooke, south-east London.
Tributes have been left on Facebook to the 15-year-old, who has been described in reports as an aspiring dancer.
Her death last Friday is being treated by police as "non-suspicious".
A teenage girl found dead at her home in south-east London had reportedly posted a series of videos online describing her torment at being bullied.
The Metropolitan Police confirmed the death of the 15-year-old last Friday was being treated as "non-suspicious". A statement said: