A MURDERED teen filmed herself singing in the park where she would be stabbed to death just days later.
Brianna Ghey, 16, was tragically found dead at Linear Park in Culcheth, Warrington on Saturday.
4Brianna Ghey, 16, was stabbed to death in a Warrington park4Police have arrested two teens on suspicion of her murder4She recorded a TikTok in the park where her body would be foundPolice had received calls that the teen had been found with serious injuries and raced to the popular park around 3pm.
But tragically Brianna, from the Birchwood area of Warrington, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Cops yesterday arrested two teens, a boy and a girl both aged 15, on suspicion of her murder.
And today they were granted an extension of 30 hours to further question their suspects.
Brianna, who was transgender, was popular on social media platforms such as TikTok and Instagram.
Just days before she died she posted a haunting video of herself walking through the park where her body would eventually be found.
The heartbreaking clip shows Brianna in her school uniform lip syncing to a TikTok song called I’m Just A Kid.
It comes after friends today revealed she was bullied by her fellow classmates in school.
Damian Harry, whose daughter was pals with Brianna, told MailOnline he believes she was verbally and physically abused “because she was trans”.
He said: “She said she was devastated by the constant abuse and even talked of ending it all.
“It was down to her being trans. It is disgusting what happened.
“Her dad has apparently said he raised safeguarding at the school a thousand times. But little was done. The abuse was constant all because she was different.
“Let’s be frank she was bullied because of her sexuality. Of course this is a hate crime.”
Yesterday The Sun revealed just five days before her death she posted a video with the caption: “Got excluded from school.”
Emma Mills, Head Teacher at Birchwood Community High School, said: “We are shocked and truly devastated to hear of the death of Brianna.
“This is understandably a very difficult and distressing time for many and we will do our utmost to support our pupils and wider school community.”
Today celebs rallied their support for the murdered teen.
EastEnders actor Riley Carter, who has transitioned from female to male, condemned the brutal killing of the schoolgirl.
He tweeted: “I came out when I was 16, scared but grateful that it wasn’t as bad for trans people than it was 10 years prior.
“I was excited for how much better it would be for trans people 10 years later and well…it just seems to be going backwards again.
“Heart goes out to Brianna’s family.”
Singer Sophie Ellis-Bexter posted: “This story is so heartbreaking. My thoughts are with her family and friends.”
Actor James Dreyfus, who famously played gay police officer Constable Kevin Goody on the Thin Blue Line, said: “Rest In Peace, Brianna.”
It comes after her heartbroken family told of their pain.
In a statement they said: “Brianna was a much loved daughter, granddaughter, and baby sister.
“She was a larger than life character who would leave a lasting impression on all that met her.
“Brianna was beautiful, witty and hilarious. Brianna was strong, fearless and one of a kind.
“The loss of her young life has left a massive hole in our family, and we know that the teachers and her friends who were involved in her life will feel the same.
“We would like to thank everyone for their kind words and support during this extremely difficult time. We would like to thank the police for their support, and witnesses for helping with the investigation.
“The continuation of respect for privacy is greatly appreciated.”
A statement from Cheshire Police said: “Detectives have arrested two teenagers following the death of 16-year-old Brianna Ghey in Warrington.
“Emergency services were called to Linear Park in Culcheth by members of the public at 3.13pm yesterday after Brianna’s body was found on a path where she was sadly pronounced dead.
“As part of ongoing inquiries, a 15-year-old boy and a 15-year-old girl – both from the local area – have been arrested on suspicion of murder.
“They are currently in custody assisting police with their investigation.”
Police were also asking people and businesses in the community to come forward with any information they have and to check CCTV or dashcam footage.Information can be reported online here, or by calling 101, quoting IML 1476832.
4Her friends claim she had been bullied in school
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