Girl, 16, soaked with cherryade by bully on prom night given stunning fashion shoot

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A SCHOOLGIRL covered in cherryade by a bully on her prom night was chosen to model in this stunning fashion shoot.

Emilee Perry, 16, was alone at the end-of-year celebration when she felt liquid gushing over her head and £400 dress.

Emilee Perry, 16, modelled these stunning outfits two months after a school-prom bully doused her in cherryade
Blue Beau Boutique

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The schoolgirl was left in tears after a bully poured a huge jug of juice over her £400 gown two months ago[/caption]

But Emillee dazzled as she modelled these glamorous prom outfits for a dress company that heard about her ordeal
Kerry Green Photography/Ben Wilson Photos/ Blue Beau Boutique

This week, she was invited to model stunning prom dresses by an Essex-based fashion company that heard of her “humiliating” ordeal.

The schoolgirl looked belle of the ball in a set of glamorous photos.

But on her prom night, Emilee saw a girl she considered a friend walking away as more than 100 classmates watched on in shock while she was doused in a jug of cherryade.

Distraught Emilee, from Doncaster, South Yorks, walked outside to call her mum Tracy, 44, to collect her with her prom dress ruined.

Speaking at the time, Emilee said: “I was just sat minding my own business when this drink was suddenly all over me.

‘SO HUMILIATING’

“I didn’t even know she was behind me, she crept up on me.

“Nothing was ever said, I just looked up and saw the girl walking away.

“I thought we were friends, that’s why it was such a shock, we had taken a picture together that night. I still have no idea whatsoever why she did it.

“It was so humiliating. It was in front of my whole year group.”

Tracy posted five pictures of her distraught daughter along with an account of what happened on Facebook the next day and their story went viral.

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Emilee was picked up by her mum who has slammed the girl for pouring fizzy drink over her daughter[/caption]

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Emilee smiles in her outfit before heading to her school prom[/caption]

Emilee donned a number of elegant gowns as she got the last laugh on the prom bully
Kerry Green Photography /Ben Wilson Photos / Blue Beau Boutique

Emilee was too scared to leave the house without her parents and too frightened to spend days out with pals or go on sleepovers because of anxiety.

But two months later Emilee has never looked back after she had the chance to model for Blue Beau Boutique in Benfleet, Essex.

Company owner Kelly Nicholls, 42, contacted Emilee after seeing a post shared by her mother on social media in June.

On Wednesday, Kelly, photographer Kerry Green, make-up artists from Vie Aesthetics and hairdresser Lisa Higgs, treated Emilee to a full day of photoshoots.

I was a bit nervous coming down here with my anxiety, but I’ve always wanted to do it


Emilee Perry

She had her make-up, hair styling and dresses provided free of charge at Seven Hotel in Southend, Essex.

Emilee said: “I was a bit nervous coming down here with my anxiety, but I’ve always wanted to do it.

“It’s been really lovely, and Kelly has really helped me feel comfortable and has encouraged me to push myself and try different things.

“I’m so grateful for the opportunity to do this. I’d say to anyone struggling with anxiety and confidence to just speak to people, as no one will think any less of you.”


Kelly said she remembered seeing the post from Emilee’s mother and thought it was “absolutely horrible”.

She added:”She had her prom ruined by some nasty people, we wanted to give her a prom experience that she would enjoy and remember.

“We want to highlight that bullying is never okay and these people do not know by their actions the mental effects on someone, which can last forever.”

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Emilee, pictured with her mum Tracy, was humiliated after the drink was poured over her dress[/caption]

Even Emilee’s back was soaked in juice
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Her mum Tracy said she wished the bully would be ‘humiliated’ like Emilee was
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