It's no secret cyber-bullying is happening at an alarming rate for young people.
With all the social networking sites and Internet use it's become a high-tech way for students to bully each other.
There's a Sparks student, who decided she was going to fight back for herself and others like her using the law.
14-year-old Tifanee Bodecker says she's been the target of bullies since elementary school, but what happened to her last winter in the 8th grade was by far the most painful.
A MySpace page was created by some girls at Mendive Middle School, who Tifanee was no longer friends with.
It used her picture and a sexually explicit play off her name.
Bodecker says, "It hurt a lot and the first time I saw it ...I started to cry...and every time I heard about it, saw it, just thought about it I cried."
The MySpace page was filled with real pictures of Tiffanee photo-shopped with pornographic images and hateful comments about her.
Dozens of students would log on and comment about what they saw.
Bodecker says "It was hard to know that my picture was on there and everyone seeing it like that, because for me as a person I don't want it to be shown like that."
Tifanee confided in her mom Dena about what had been created about her in cyberspace.
"She didn't want to go to school, she cried, didn't want to go anywhere, it was hard to see and hear her crying and wonder why someone would treat her that way."
Dena Bodecker says at first she was devastated by the efforts being made to hurt her daughter but then she wanted to empower her to fight back.
Dena Bodecker says "We just watched the page and printed every new thing that was happening."
Armed with that proof, the two decided to report the cyberbullying to sparks police.
A detective came to the school and talked to all the girls involved in setting up the MySpace page.
Tiffanee says she pressed charges not only to stop what was happening to her...but show others they can fight back.
"I feel like if people don't know it's happening like that then if I stop one person and they know that I am not going to take it then it will inspire others people and make them do it too."
The cyberbullying case went through Jan Evans Juvenile Justice Centeras harassment charges and the posts and pictures were taken down.
As far as the bullies, they were sentenced to community service.
"We just wanted them to know it wasn't okay, it's not okay to hurt each other that hurt travels for years and years."
If you have any stories about bullying that you like to share, please email Shelby Sheehan at email@example.com