By SHAUNA ANDERSON
For 10-year-old Jetta it was just about helping others.
She had read about charities that make wigs for cancer and she wanted to donate her own hair.
Her mother was “super proud”.
Jetta just wanted to make a difference.
What she never expected was the bullying and hatred that followed a simple desire to help out others.
10-year old Jetta first had her hair cut to her shoulders but decided that wasn’t short enough.
“She wanted it shorter, so we went back and they cut it shorter and I think that’s when things got worse” her mother, Heidi Fosberg told WHIO.
Jetta from Ohio in the US, had a pixie cut – a gorgeous crop that made her face light up.
She donated 35 cm of luscious golden hair to the charity Wigs for Kids.
But when she went to school the bullies struck.
Various boys from her classroom started to tease her. Jetta says they told her she was ugly, and that she must want to be a boy.
The little girl was left devastated. She had only wanted to help others.