target: NBC, Bravo, Facebook, All Television Networks, Cyberbullying
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by February 5, 2013
Bravo TV, Andy Cohen (an Executive VP at Bravo), NBC and Facebook allowed a six year old girl named Milania to be bullied with hateful comments after posting her photo on their Facebook page. There was a string of remarks by people who posted that they "hated" Milania, called her a "b*tch," "ugly," "toad “and said she "needed to have the sh*t" knocked out of her." Some said they were thought she looked like a "whore" in her black dress. Some said she had "bowed legs" and "she looks like a monkey." Keep in mind that these hateful comments were made by adults who cannot separate a TV show from true reality. There were over 1,200 comments on this page until Milania's photo was finally removed. Who knows what Milania will have to endure when school starts?
Andy Cohen, Bravo, and NBC condoned this negative behavior by allowing it to go on after the first posting. While Milania's mother signed a contract to expose her life on TV, this little girl was given no choice by her parents, Andy Cohen, Bravo, and NBC. Please see the following article that reveals some of the quotes by viewers before they were deleted:
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