Alyssa Funke committed suicide after cyber bullies reportedly harassed her for her decision to appear in a pornographic video. The 19-year-old was a straight-A student at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, but the teenager took her life after countless taunts. Minnesota news site KMSP revealed local police will not pursue charges on those who bullied Funke.

Funke reportedly committed suicide at a boat landing on Big Carnelia Lake, which is 9 miles from Oak Park Heights and 26 miles from River Falls. 

She appeared in an adult film for website CastingCouch-X, and it wasn’t long until classmates from her high school in Oak Park Heights, Minnesota, found out about the X-rated flick. The abusive messages via Twitter and Facebook soon began to role in.

Though her family did not want to speak about her suicide on camera, they told KMSP that they believe the cyber bullying played a major role in her decision to take her own life.

Before her death, the teen took to her Twitter account to seemingly mock her haters before she died on April 16.

Daily Dot reported her family established the Alyssa Stop Bullying Fund. It has since raised $165. “Social media has revolutionized the way people bully each other now days,” the fundraiser says. “Now you can say whatever you want and not have to look the person in the face while doing it.”

According to the Huffington Post, many porn actresses struggle to protect their privacy.

Funke aspired to major in biology and a minor in chemistry. She reportedly wanted to become an anesthesiologist.