17 juin 2015
Penguins de Pittsburgh
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>BeterChiarelli</b></div><div>And continued to pile on after the fact. Equating cyberbullying to drug withdrawals is pathetic.</div></div>
The fact of the matter is, we have kindly asked, and subsequently not asked so kindly for this user to leave the game after multiple instances of misuse on the internet.
The individual you are trying to defend, has posted his address in the chat, has posted his mother's information in the chat, has posted his school address in the chat.
On multiple occasions we have asked for him not to share personal information with the group chat. The individual is seeking validation and acceptance from a group of internet strangers, and frankly, as a group we are disinterested in being the source of validation he receives.
When members reached out to their mother, the mother would punish the individual for saying things on the internet. I personally believe, that they are seeking attention.
If the mother is concerned their child is being cyberbullied, we gave the individual multiple instances to leave, and our frustration has turned into hostility.
As a group, we feel it is in the best interest to remove the individual from the game for his own personal safety and sanity.
The group chat does not know who the individual responsible behind the current spoof account is.
The individual has an unhealthy addiction to the game, and has suffered academically due to the addiction.
We are kindly asking for the individual to be removed from posting in the GM Game. This will allow for both parties to be separated, and for the issue to be resolved.