standard Local Women Share’s Cyberbullying Nightmere on Discovery

If you think Cyberbullying only happens to kids then think again.  Soon there will be a show on discovery featuring a women 25 years old who was Cyberbullied over a halloween picture.  Crazy stuff:


Caitlin Seida, 25, of Chauncey was bullied on social media sites when a photograph of her dressed as Lara Croft from Tomb Raider during Halloween went viral. She decided to confront her attackers, who in some instances even said she should kill herself. Her story will be aired on the Investigation Discovery TV show Karmas a B*tch! in April.

Posted: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 5:00 pm | Updated: 6:55 pm, Wed Dec 11, 2013.

Investigation Discovery to share local woman’s cyber bullying tale By SARA BRUMFIELD Messenger staff journalist Logan Daily News

CHAUNCEY – The story of a Chauncey womans journey to confront her cyber bullies has been shared across the Internet, radio stations, news publications and will now be featured on the Investigation Discovery television series Karmas a B*tch!

In October, The Logan Daily News shared the story of Caitlin Seida, 25, of Chauncey, who was shocked to find that a photo of her taken on Halloween dressed as Lara Croft from Tomb Raider went viral with the caption Fridge Raider. Seida found several websites using her photo along with many hateful comments criticizing Seidas weight.



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