Nyah James' mum reveals horrirific moment she found beloved teenage daughter dead in her bed

THE devastated mother of a 14-year-old girl who was found dead after being bullied described the heartbreaking moment she discovered her daughter's body.

Heartbroken Dominique Williams saw Nyah James motionless when she tried to wake her for school on Monday morning.

The mum-of-two told how she noticed her sleeping tablets had gone missing when the schoolgirl had come home from visiting friends and gone to bed on Sunday night.

After texting her partner, she thought they had simply been "mislaid" but only realised to her horror what happened when trying to wake Nyah at 7am.

Ms Williams, from Swansea, Wales, told the Mirror: "I could see the tips of her fingers were blue, her lips were blue and her face was white so I screamed and screamed for my partner.

"She knew how dangerous those tablets were. I just can't believe this has happened."

Paramedics rushed to the scene but Nyah's heart had already flatlined and Ms Williams said she that "she knew she was gone" when they couldn't shock her heart.

Ms Williams said her daughter had "so much to live for and wanted to travel the world".

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It has since emerged that Nyah had been bullied via Facebook and Snapchat, as well as being targeted at school, according to Ms Williams.

"The bullying now has got 100x time worse – it's social media," she added.

"Now, the bullies are brought into the home so the child has nowhere to hide."

Her mum has said her mobile phone has been taken as part of the investigation.

Classmates of the "beautiful angel" at Bishop Gore School in Swansea were heartbroken when they were told that she had died on Monday evening following a school production of High School Musical.

Shocked friends have described her as a "gorgeous princess" and started a fundraising page in her memory.

It says: "Nyah WIlliams was taken away from her family too soon.

"And what makes this awful story- a loving mother finding her vibrant and beautiful young daughter passed away even more heartwrenching? Nyah was being bullied.

"These bullies tormented her and pushed her so far."

One school friend: "Rest in peace gorgeous girl, we're all trying to stay as strong as we can for we all miss you so much."

Another said: "RIP Nyah I miss you so much you was amazing to me and you went way way too soon.

"You were pretty and so much fun with you and knowing that you're gone is way too hard, it's like it's not real."

Nyah's death is being investigated by police after she was found at a house in Blaenymaes, Swansea.

A spokeswoman from her school said: "Everyone at Bishop Gore Comprehensive School has been deeply saddened to hear about the passing of a pupil.

"Trained staff are on hand to help with students and staff and our thoughts are with the family."

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