Transcript for Alleged Teen Bullies Arrested for 'Kill Katie Klub' in California
Now, to the bullying case out of california. Katie hopkins dropped out of high school after kids told her they had a kill katie club. And police have arrested two of them. David wright has the story. Reporter: In san diego's west view high school, a real-life case of "mean girl." Or in this case, apparently, mean boys. Nobody was there to stand behind me. Reporter: It all started last year, when 16-year-old katie told kgtv, she was bullied so badly, she feared for her life, especially when she heard about the kkk, sort for the kill katie klub, a group set on making her life miserable. Her tormentors insist it was a joke. We never had any intention to wanting to hurt anybody. Reporter: Katie's mom appealed to the school administration and the san diego police, who declined to press charges. I said, we are going to move schools. This is going to go away. They didn't stop. Reporter: Katie dropped out, enrolled in a home school charter program. But even then, she says, the bullying continued. Katie's mom says she recorded dozens of threatening phone calls made to her daughter. And she started keeping tabs on twitter and facebook postings. She needs to sit the "f" down and move to antarctica. Reporter: Finally, police intervened, dragging two boys out of class in handcuffs. Among them, nick agirie. E doesn't deny he picked on katie. But he says he's the victim. She bullied people at west view. Reporter: School officials tell abc news, incidents are taken seriously and investigated. We work very closely with law enforcement when appropriate. In the movies, justice usually triumph. But in real life, it's more complicated. The two accused bullies, now face criminal charges. And katie uffens mom has hired a lawyer. For "good morning america," david wrightws, los angeles.
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