Amanda Todd Parents, Family, True Story, Wiki, Biography

Amanda Todd
Amanda Todd

Amanda Todd was a 15-year-old Canadian student and victim of cyberbullying who hanged herself at her home in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia. Amanda Todd Parents, Family, True Story, Wiki, BiographyBefore her death, Todd posted a video on YouTube in which she used a series of flashcards to tell her experience of being blackmailed into physically assaulted. The video went viral after her death, resulting in international media attention. The video has had more than 14 million views as of February 2022. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police and British Columbia Coroners Service launched investigations into the suicide.

Amanda Todd Wiki/ Biography

Real NameAmanda Michelle Todd
Birth DateNovember 27, 1996
Birth PlacePort Coquitlam, Canada
ProfessionCanadian student
Death CauseSuicide
Death of Date10 October 2012
Death PlacePort Coquitlam, Canada
EducationCoquitlam Alternative Balanced Education
Father NameNorm Todd
Mother NameCarol Todd
SiblingsNot Known
Last Update2022

Amanda Todd was a Canadian student & victim of cyberbullying. Currently, she is on the timeline of social media and news channels for her death incident. She committed suicide at her home in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the British Columbia Coroners Service have opened an investigation into his suicide, according to News.

Amanda Todd Parents
Amanda Todd Parents ( Mother )

Amanda Todd Parents, Family

Amanda Todd Parents Name is Norm Todd ( Father ) and Carol Todd ( Mother ). She was very close to her Parents. Her Mother Carol Todd says the victory in court marked the happiest she’s felt in the 10 years since losing her daughter, but that her hard work and healing is far from over.

Amanda Todd Suicide ( True Story )

On September 7, 2012, Todd posted a 9-minute YouTube video titled My story: Struggling, bullying, suicide, self-harm, which showed her using a series of flashcards to tell of her experiences being bullied.The video went viral after her death on October 10, 2012, receiving over 1,600,000 views by October 13, 2012 with news websites from around the world linking to it.

During the video, Todd writes that when she was in 7th grade (2009–10), around the same time she moved in with her father, she used video chat to meet new people over the Internet and received compliments on her looks.After a stranger repeatedly asked her for over a year to bare her photos, Todd did so on a webcam stream, and the person saved frames using screen capturing.

He later blackmailed her by threatening to give the topless photo to her friends unless she gave him a “show”. She also was featured briefly on the Daily Capper on BlogTV, a pedophile-run animated news show that tracked children who were groomed into flashing acts on camera and encouraged their continued exploitation.An episode of Daily Capper a month after Todd’s death claimed to oppose her abusers and reveal evidence that incriminates them.

Todd wrote that during the Christmas 2010 break, police informed her at 4:00 a.m. that the photo was circulating on the Internet.She wrote that she experienced anxiety, depression, and panic disorder due to having been exploited online and cyberbullied. Her family moved to a new home, where Todd later said she began using alcohol and other drugs.

“It didn’t really help that after she got out of the hospital recently some kids started calling her ‘psycho’ and saying she had been in the crazy hospital,” her mother said. “She went to the hospital, she had therapy, she had counseling, she was on a good track. On the day she gets out, that happens. I shake my head and I think, ‘Are kids really that nasty, do they really not think, what if it was them?'”

A year later, Todd’s blackmailer reappeared, creating a Facebook profile that used the topless photo as its profile image and contacting classmates at her new school. Again, Todd was teased, eventually changing schools for a second time.Todd was taunted by other students at her school for her low grades, a consequence of a language-based learning disability, and for the time she spent in the hospital to treat her severe depression.

On October 10, 2012, at about 6:00 PM (PDT), Todd’s body was found hanging at her home.At the time of her death, Todd was a 10th grade student at CABE Secondary in Coquitlam, a school that caters to students who have experienced social and behaviour issues in previous educational settings.

Aydin Coban Conviction

Aydin Coban was convicted of extortion, harassment, communication with a young person to commit.The verdict was handed down in B.C. Supreme Court Saturday, less than 24 hours after the jury began deliberations. The trial lasted nearly two months and took place over a decade after Todd died by suicide in 2012 at the age of 15.“My body went into temporary shock,” said Amanda’s mother Carol, describing how she felt when hearing the verdict. “There’s been so many disappointments along the road, right? To hear five ‘guilties’ – it was like, Amanda got justice.”

Coban was extradited to Canada in late 2020 after he faced a trial in the Netherlands on similar allegations. He was convicted of fraud and internet blackmail and given the maximum sentence of 10 years and eight months. Dutch legal authorities described the sentence as “the devastating consequences of his behaviour” on the lives of his dozens of victims.Carol Todd says the victory in court marked the happiest she’s felt in the 10 years since losing her daughter, but that her hard work and healing is far from over.“It’s not closure,” she said. “It’s just another chapter that has been completed. But Amanda’s legacy lives on.”Carol Todd says she’ll continue sharing her daughter’s story in order to raise awareness on the seriousness of cyberbullying and “sextortion.”