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A British schoolgirl has told how she was targeted and bullied online as she went on a shopping trip in the hope she would meet a girl in her school.

A 19-year-old man from East London was arrested this week after being identi바카라fied through CCTV footage and information provided to police.

James Thomas Allen, who goes under the name ‘M.O’ is the subject of a child safety complaint at his school and is being investigated.

He has been reported to the children’s services for an alleged assault on a girl at the time, and a complaint is under investigation in a separate incident.

When asked about the allegations, a Metropolitan Police spokeswoman said: “We can confirm that an 18-year-old man, from east London, is being treated for an alleged assault on a female pupil in August 2015 in front of children.”

She went on to say the complaint, which is not being treated as rape, was “being investigated by the children’s services”.

Ms Allen has not taken up a job this year as a secondary school pupil has said she felt forced to speak about the case as he has “absolutely zero qualifications”.

Det Ch Supt Paul Gwynne said the school is “being told” by the children’s services not to report the incident to police.

“The allegations we are being told to refer them to the police are entirely unfounded and are, therefore, not taking place,” he said. “We are aware of the ongoing matter and will be doing all we can to provide advice to the children and support them.”

Mr Gwynne added that it was “unlikely that schoolgirl’s would be concerned enough to make complaints online”.

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