Instagram Imposter Attacks 12-Year-Old's Friends

Arizona police say they can’t investigate because a crime has not been committed.
3:00 | 06/12/14

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Transcript for Instagram Imposter Attacks 12-Year-Old's Friends
A cautionary tale for parents and kids who live on social media -- -- owner Brooklyn to -- -- a faith mr. -- account using her name. Oil was a long before -- failed social friends in Gilbert Arizona started calling her. About the mean comments she was supposedly making. -- -- -- -- And you think and like you think -- popular but not to stop acting like one and you'll never be one because you're such. Things got so bad. Deborah Islam wet and met with one of the girls being goalie under her daughter's fake accounts should tears in her eyes and she's like it was a really bad couple days that it's okay and I think it's not okay is really -- you don't need to think that it's okay that you need to know that it wasn't remain. And I'm going to get to the bottom this. Gilbert police told ABC news because bars daughter wasn't directly arrest she is not -- victim. It should determine who is behind they count they would -- subpoena or search warrant. But because Reid wasn't victimized there is no legal route for bar to expose impostor.

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