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Death threats: Since Rehtaeh Parsons, 17, killed herself in April, her father, Glen Canning, pictured, has been a vocal advocate against cyberbullying and has demanded justice in her case 'Victim Parsons, pictured, was labelled a 'slut' after she was allegedly gang raped by four teenagers. So I didn't know it was the victim's photo Dung wrote in an email, adding that he immediately took the website down after receiving emails from reporters. Andrew Ennals, a copy writer in Toronto, said he alerted Facebook to the ad when he spotted it on his Facebook page Tuesday afternoon.
"I don't normally notice those (ads but I thought the picture looked really familiar he said in an interview Tuesday. Mistake: Facebook has apologized and banned a dating company from advertising on its website after this ad featuring a photo of Rehtaeh Parsons was used. The Canadian Press, published Wednesday, September 18, 2013 7:39AM EDT. Just to lift it off and start using it like that is hva er den beste gratis uk datingside very thoughtless.". Parsons' tragic suicide brought international attention to her claims that she was gang-raped when she was 15 and then relentlessly tormented by classmates who called her a 'slut' and harassed her for sex. The social networking site was forced to apologize and issued a statement late on Tuesday saying the ad featuring Rehtaeh Parsons was a 'gross violation' of the company's policies and has since been removed. It belongs to Rehtaehs family.