Russian Teenager Jumps from 14 Storey Building after Her Parents Caught Her Watching Porn

January 29, 2015 7:48 am
A 12 year-old Russian girl in St. Petersburg, killed herself
Wednesday, jumping from her block of flats after her parents discovered
she’d been watching online pornography.
The girl, whose first name was given by police as Daria, reportedly
entered into a heated argument with her parents after they discovered
she had been surfing porn web sites on her personal computer.

Immediately after the exchange, local police said she jumped to her death from her 14th floor flat. 
‘After the death of the adolescent her parents looked through her texts
and found several messages from the girl’s friends. The content was of
quite an obscene nature,’ a source from local law enforcement officials
told LifeNews.
The official noted that the girl was raised in ‘a normal two-parent
household. One that had never had any problems with either the
authorities or child custody services.’
‘There is an ongoing investigation. We aren’t excluding the possibility
of bringing up charges on inciting a suicide,’ the source added.
Despite the authorities’ claims of domestic bliss, the girl’s parents
reportedly wanted to divorce and her mother planned to return to her
hometown of Yeisk on the Black Sea.
Daria’s older sister was killed in a car accident nine years ago.  

of the incident sparked a fierce debate among Russian internet users.

Some blamed the parents saying, ‘I can only imagine what they might have told the poor girl.’
‘They should have spoken with her calmly. This is such a delicate situation,’ another user wrote.
Others said that the distribution of porn online should be stopped or restricted.

‘We’re reaping the fruits of overindulgence. Restricted access to web
sites with questionable content needs to be guaranteed,’ one user

In 2012, Russia adopted harsh laws on the distribution of ‘harmful material’ – including porn – to minors.

Government authorities in Moscow say the goal is to protect minors from
web sites that feature explicit sexual content, details about how to
commit suicide, drug use and sites that solicit children for

If the websites themselves cannot be shut down, internet service
providers (ISPs) and web hosting companies can be forced to block access
to the offending material.

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