Little Girl BULLIED So Badly She Feared For Her Life – Then BIKERS Stopped By To Help [VIDEO]

Little Girl BULLIED So Badly She Feared For Her Life – Then BIKERS Stopped By To Help [VIDEO]

It may seem a little ridiculous that a little innocent six year-old girl would be a target for bullying from her peers, but unfortunately, that was a regular day in the life of Ashley Wastakiewicz. She was being picked on by an older kid and it had been going on for about a year. She’s now seven, but her much older 11 year-old bully has been so vicious in her attacks, that she’s afraid to go outside and play. One incident found her beaten so badly, that she was admitted into a hospital. Her bully had shoved her to the ground, socked her in the face and kicked her repeatedly. Her family had filed charges with the police, but it still didn’t stop the bullying. So, her mother took a different course of action.


Ashley’s Mom stated, “She has felt that nobody loves her, nobody cares about her. She feels alone, she is afraid to come outside to play. She has been cooped up most of the summer because she is afraid to come out and play with the fear of being bullied.”

Mom ended up creating the Facebook page labeled “Justice for Ashley” with the anticipation of getting assistance for her daughter, which included a video from Ashley begging her bully to stop hurting her. Neither Mom or daughter ever guessed that aide would come riding in on two wheels…A LOT of two wheels.

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James Dingmon, a member of the American Veterans Motorcycle Club of Jackson, saw the video and decided to assist in spreading the message.

Dingmon, a member of the club said, “We got word from other brothers at other clubs and we all met. I don’t believe in bullying. Nobody should be bullied.” With that, the bikers showed up en masse to help Ashley.

Dingmon continued: “We wanted a show of force, that she is loved and she’s got people out here that care for her.” The bikers rode up at her house, around her neighborhood, and also around her local park.


Another biker named John Spencer wrote a message on the Facebook page:

“We made a difference tonight and helped in the widespread fight against bullying, particularly with a very serious case with a wonderful little 7 year old girl named Ashley, whom has (had) a terrible bully in her neighborhood for quite some time now and has been terrified to play outside her own home after being sent to the E.R. and continuously threatened and hurt. Members of a number of chapters from around the area paid a visit to her neighborhood to show that she is not alone and is loved by many. We stood by her and walked her down the street to pay the troubled neighbor boy a visit, and she rode her scooter with pride along side us saying ‘I’m not scared anymore’ with a big smile on her face.”

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