St Helens mum posts shotgun threat messages left for her 13-year-old daughter

A shocking online video has emerged purporting to show phone messages of classmates threatening a 13-year-old St Helens schoolgirl with a shotgun.

Thursday, 1st March 2018, 9:51 am
Updated Thursday, 1st March 2018, 9:55 am

The footage - which at 9am this morning (Thursday) had been viewed more than 50,000 times on Facebook - was posted last night by the mother of the alleged victim.

The five-minute long video shows a number of short phone messages left by up to three teenage girls.

They accuse the victim of being a “grass” and threatened to stab her and put out cigarettes in her face.

The short messages include the following lines:

* “I’m going to punch your head in at school, you nit.”

* “I will put you in hospital. You don’t know what I will do. I will put a blade through your eye.”

* “Man’s been in the cells all night because of that little grass.”

* “I’ll blatantly put a blade through you. Your family are full of nobodies.”

* I’ll go and get a shotgun and watch me put a shotty to your head.”

The mother says she has reported the terrifying incident to both Rainhill High School and Merseyside Police.

The mum, who we have chosen not to name, posted: “Thought I’d share what my daughter has had to put up with.

“Please share away people and hopefully their parents can hear what their kids do when they’re left to roam the streets on a Friday night.”

Other parents have reacted with horror at the footage.

One wrote: “OMG I can hardly believe this, your daughter is such a lovely person, can’t understand why anyone would want to be nasty to her.

“This is so horrible, made me feel quite sick.”