For the past year a female has continuously accused me of cyber harassment, verbal harassment and more. It started when I blocked all of her social media, because she was too much drama. As of now with these accusations her and the people behind her and attempting to have me expelled from my high school, with only 3 weeks tell I graduate. I have shown people my social media proving I have never contacted her and I do not speak to her, yet am constantly fighting with teachers and her trying to have me suspended and/or expelled. Is there anything I can do to have this problem end, it is taking a major toll on my education and my mental health. I am truly afraid that because of these lies I will kicked out.
How does someone "try" to have you suspended? If you don't do anything, then you won't be suspended.
Stop reading social media, block her from your phone, and you won't need to worry about her. For the next three weeks, when you walk around school, try to be with a friend so you'll have a witness that you haven't done anything wrong.
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