By SANTAN BUNDENBERGABC NEWS/Reuters”I’m the victim, I’m the offender.
That’s what people tell me, ‘You’re a bully,'” said one of the girls.
“And I just tell them, ‘No, you’re not.
It’s a real thing.'”
The comments came to light when a former classmate told ABC News that the girls were subjected to a barrage of online abuse and bullying.
A friend of the students, who asked not to be named, said the bullying began after they shared their experiences in the pages of the “The Next TopModel” magazine.
“The bullying started when we shared our story about being bullied on our blog, and the comments went crazy,” the friend said.
The friend added: “I’m shocked and appalled that someone would say that they would do this to a fellow student.
And I am so upset about this because we’re both in this country.
And the next thing I know, I’ve been called a liar, a racist, a slut, a liar.
I was just trying to help the kids.”
The friend, who has since left the school, added: “This is a huge wake-up call, and hopefully we’ll learn to be more respectful and considerate of each other and what other people’s lives look like.”
A spokesperson for the school told ABC that it was investigating the situation and that “this was not a bullying incident.”
The spokeswoman declined to comment further on the incident and declined to speak further to ABC News.
A spokesperson with the Department of Education told ABC the department has “taken a closer look” at the situation, and that it is investigating it.
The student who spoke with ABC News said she is “disturbed” by the bullying and that she hopes the school will take the matter seriously.
“I hope they learn to treat each other with respect, and to treat one another like people,” the student said.
“I hope that they take this seriously, because bullying is just wrong.
I’m so sick of this.”
The students who have been bullied have been referred to as “high-profile victims” on social media by other students.
One high-profile victim, who goes by the name “Randy,” shared an image of herself with a message about the bullying.
Randy, who is now 15, said she was initially bullied on Instagram when she was a freshman at the school.
Rory posted an image with the caption, “I was bullied by my classmates because of my looks.
Now I have to deal with this and not have it affect me.
I want to live in a world where everyone can have a normal life.”
Rory has since deleted the image and told ABCNews.com that she is now “just happy to be able to have normal lives without this happening again.”
“I am so grateful for this amazing opportunity,” she said.
The former student, who was 17 when she posted the image, said her own experience is not unique.
“It’s not the first time,” she told ABC.
“They have been telling me it’s normal.
I don’t believe them.
I’ve had people say that to me on the train and in the car.
And to think it could happen to me is just sickening.”