So she is a cyber stalking saddo with no life, you are doing yourself no favours by checking her page, you are interacting with her and she feeds on your and your mutual friend's attention. There is no point in her posting up this stuff if nobody who cares sees it. Have all your real life friends block her, block everyone who is not your real life friend who is linked to her.

Ask people you don't know well either not to take photographs of you, or not to post them online or not to tag you. Don't give a reason and make it all about the drama, just ask. Remember that in a few years you could have college admissions tutors or employers checking out your social networking pages to see if you are a suitable candidate ... and so will your stalker.

A couple of months ago 17 year old Paris Brown lost an amazing opportunity as a UK police adviser due to her Twitter activities. Be funny if your stalker lost out now wouldn't it?
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-policing.html
http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2013/ap...s-down-twitter

You don't need the people you only know though your boyfriend it's only social networking it didn't even exist a few years ago. I still managed to have an active social life without any social networking to the point I can't have it now because there are way too many incriminating photos and stories doing the rounds!!

If you receive threats or the stalking manages to bypass your friends blocking her report it to the police.
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Last edited by Firefox7275; 07-01-2013 at 06:56 PM.