Protect your kids from Ask.FM.


Hannah Smith aged 14 who took her own life after being tormented by trolls.


Photo trolls are believed to have targeted four other teens like Hannah Smith before their suicides. They were Josh Unsworth,15, Ciara Pugsley,15, Erin Gallagher,13, and Jessica Laney,16, took their own  lives

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The site is run by Russian brothers Mark and Ilja Terebin, who are worth  millions. It raked in £6million a year from advertising when it began – and that  is now thought to have trebled.

Keep your kids, grandchildren away from this site. Check which sites they have on their PC its easy to do. Delete sites you think unfit.

Josh Unsworth, 15, of Goosnargh, near Preston.

Ciara Pugsley, 15, of Leitrim.

Erin Gallagher, 13, of  Donegal.

And Jessica  Laney, 16, of Florida.

28 responses to “Protect your kids from Ask.FM.

  1. OMG. Thank you for sharing this information. It is so sad and scary. Who would ever purposely want children to kill themselves? Pure evil!! God bless the families. I love your site. I’m not a pensioner yet, but it would be a blessing to get there. God bless you!

  2. Thank you Harry, you brought a fantastic public service to our attention. the I am reblogging it on on the Bring Them home blog which focuses on missing and exploited children. Think this fits the ticket on both counts. These beautiful children are missing from their family forever and they were exploited.
    Excellent post,

  3. Oh this is terribly tragic–such promise extinguished too quickly. My prayers for their families, and the safety of other kids.

    • Parents do not look into what the kids are doing on the web

      • I know, and I don’t understand that at all–except that some are afraid if they act like “parents”, their kids will run away. It’s just tragic all the way around–and I’m so glad I didn’t have children; I’d have been a horrid mother–smothering them and driving them crazy with all my worries for their well being…

  4. I had no idea how many deaths there have been. How vile, and how tragic.

  5. Are these online bullies? I haven’t heard of the term “trolls” before. This seems to be a growing problem. It not bad enough that people are tormented in person–they are now tormented in cyberspace.

    • It is a form of bullying but without threats. the term is used on the computer to describe them.
      I’m a member of a few forums and you get them all the time, trying to start an argument or giving bad advice they are deleted within hours of coming on.
      They are.
      Ones who posts a deliberately provocative message to a newsgroup or message board with the intention of causing maximum disruption and argument
      A troll is a person who sows discord on the Internet by starting arguments or upsetting people,[1] by posting inflammatory,[2] extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community (such as a forum, chat room, or blog), either accidentally[3][4] or with the deliberate intent of provoking readers into an emotional response[5] or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion

      • So it’s the trouble-maker in the classroom or the pot-stirrer in the office. How many ways can people be nasty to one another???? 😐

        Thanks for the explanation, Harry.

    • In the classroom or the office they are emotional bullies, only on the web are they trolls 🙂

  6. These people seriously need to get a life.

  7. heartbreaking but it has to be talked about! Thank you for sharing this ❤

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