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Ellie's story...

Ellie's story...

Someone called Magnus messaged me. I added him because he said he knew a boy in my class. We started chatting. But then my friend Alfie found out Magnus wasn’t real – it was a fake profile which Megan made to trick me. Alfie told our teacher. He helped me, and talked to Megan and her mum and dad. Megan said sorry to me and deleted Magnus’s profile.

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