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The 14 year old was said to have been taunted over her weight and Michael Rose said the point for her death was when her parents took away her laptop over comments pandora angel charm she made on Facebook.
world unlocked a Pandora box in the internet, said the West Somerset coroner.
The public schoolgirl, who suffered from bulimia, had also suffered taunts from other girls at 15,000 a term Kings College over her weight, an inquest heard.
Lynne Featherstone, the equalities minister, on Wednesday said girls were suffering depression and eating disorders after being bombarded with images of women bodies.
Ms Featherstone, who found pandora bracelet was presenting the first publishing industry awards jewelry pandora rings for magazines that features a diverse range of body shapes, said: do no think there is a family in the land that doers not recognise this issue."
On Wednesday, as he recorded a verdict of misadventure, Mr Rose launched a broadside at fashion industry executives who he said must stop publishing photographs of thin models.
one class of person who is not here, who I hold directly responsible for what happened, is the fashion industry, he told West Somerset Coroner's Court, in Taunton.
"I would ask the magazine industry to stop picturing very thin girls because at the end of the day Fiona and others like her have suffered. It is an increasing problem until they control themselves."
The inquest earlier heard Fiona, known as 'yo yo' because of her bubbly personality, was found by her father hanged at home, in Nailsbourne, near Taunton on July 15 last year.
The third form day pupil, who had an eating disorder and would pandora online often make herself vomit at school, had told her GP that she was being taunted by peers for being
Outside court, Dr John Geraghty, a hospital consultant histopathologist and Dr Elspeth Geraghty, a GP, said their lives had been apart by their daughter death.
They added: "It is something no parent should go through. Eating disorders are common. We feel that the diagnosis and treatment of Fiona's eating disorder was inadequate.
But Richard Biggs, Kings College head teacher, insisted there was no bullying problems at the school.
Independent Schools Inspectorate inspection report makes it very clear that King's College has extremely robust systems in place," he said.
"They found no evidence of bullying at all and I do not believe she was bullied.
"I think the important thing is that our thoughts are with the Geraghty family.
They deserve our sympathy, it is a terrible time for them. They have had a really rough year.
Dr Chris Mortimore, medical director at the Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, which treated Fiona, said the inquest had some issues which we will reflect on and consider changing our processes.
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