Victim of alleged harassing note and mother speak out

Venice Rain, 11, received flowers, cards, gift cards and other tokens after news spread on social media of an alleged harassing note, directing Rain to kill herself.

Shawna Anderson
Venice Rain, 11, received flowers, cards, gift cards and other tokens after news spread on social media of an alleged harassing note, directing Rain to kill herself.



— OKANOGAN — The mother of an Okanogan sixth grade student says her daughter was bullied to the point of chopping off her long locks and shaving her eyebrows.

Most recently, Venice “Vinnie” Rain, 11, received an anonymous note urging Rain’s suicide...

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