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Teen Says She Was Bullied Into Fight Caught On Camera

KIROTV.COM - A Marysville teenager said that peer pressure and bullying led her into a fight caught on video. The video of Friday's fight between 13-year-old Sierra Spencer and another teenage girl was posted on You Tube.

KIRO 7 Eyewitness News reported that her bruised face showed the aftermath of the fight while other teens were cheering it on.

Spencer's mother Kenis Watson said she wants everyone involved including her daughter held accountable.

"It starts with the bullying. But the fact that she felt so pressured to the point she felt she had to give in to the fight. That was her bad choice that she made and she didn't need to do that. We've had this conversation over and over and over why she chose to engage in that activity, " Watson said.

Marysville's superintendent says the school is dealing with the girls but is limited in what it can prevent off campus.

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