Demi Lovato Fights Back Against Cyber Bullies

03/13/2012 09:28 AM ET

Demi Lovato News - Singer and former Disney star Demi Lovato is fighting back against her own cyber bullies by calling them “sick in the head.” Ironically, this from a star who recently admitted to New York radio station Z100 that she likes to break things and trash dressing rooms for the “hell of it.” She also has been teaching her 10 year-old half sister how to say bad words because she finds humor in it.

However, Demi Lavato also recently has received treatment for an eating disorder and self-harming behavior, and since has been criticized for her imperfections by what she is calling cyber bullies and decided to address them on her twitter account on Monday.

She tweeted, “It really surprises me the hateful things people say on the internet… After all the awareness of cyber-bullying… I mean wow.”

She went on to add, “So sad… Praying for all the people in the world who feel it’s okay to bully people over the internet because if you are one of those people, then… You must have had something really terrible happen to your childhood or you’re really sick in the head. Must suck to be born without a heart.”

Lavato has also joined a campaign along with Ellen DeGeneres and Drew Brees, among other’s, to get a documentary movie called ‘Bully’ have its rating changed from ‘R’ to ‘PG13′ by the Motion Picture Association so that it can be shown to as many kids as possible in an effort to stop bullying. A petition to have the rating changed was started by Katy Butler, a Michigan high-school student who has experienced severe bullying.

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