We often hear about various strange events or problems with social media! However, this time the reason for her daughter’s suicide is the social media Meta (Meta) – a woman blamed. According to the BBC, 11-year-old Selena Rodriguez, a resident of Enfield, committed suicide last year. Her mother has sued Instagram’s parent company Meta and Snap Inc, alleging that her addiction to social media platforms forced Selena to commit suicide. To put it bluntly, the case has been filed against the growing ill effects of social media on children.
According to a statement from the Social Media Victims Law Center (SMVLC), Selena’s mother. Tammy, has filed a lawsuit in California alleging that the girl was suffering from an “extreme” addiction to Instagram and Snapchat. Although the girl’s hand device was confiscated or she was given mental health treatment for her addiction, it did not work! Selena then committed suicide on July 21 last year from insomnia and depression during the Kovid epidemic.
According to the report, he took to the streets to share sexually explicit material. In this case, Selena’s offensive pictures shared on social media were leaked by her classmates which resulted in her deteriorating mental state. The lawsuit was filed in a federal courtroom in California on Friday. Alleges that both social media giants designed and marketed “intentionally and intentionally” products that are harmful to their underage users.
A spokesman for Snap said in a statement to the BBC that the company was “devastated” by Selena’s death. Although they did not comment specifically on the case. Meanwhile, Meta, the main company of Facebook and Instagram, did not open its mouth on this issue.