“It was like a battleground,” she said. “A school should be a safe place, and it wasn't for me.”
Writing poetry was her refuge; detailing her daily clashes with bullies.
“People were always pushing me into lockers, knocked me down, knocked stuff out of my hands,” Brittany said.
Physical abuse she documented with pictures, but kept secret from her family, including her mother, Vicky.
“We live with the girl every day and we didn't have a clue,” Vicky said. She said, looking back, she didn't pay attention to the signs.
“She'd wear heavy makeup, I guess, and long sleeves when it was warm outside, said it was cold in the classrooms, so she'd wear a jacket to hide her bruises,” Vicky said.
Brittany eventually left her central Oklahoma school and started a homebound program, but the bullying followed her on social media.