A 13-year-old girl committed suicide on Tuesday after being bullied about her looks for years.
Rosalie Avila's parents took her off life support on Friday, three days after finding her hanging in her bedroom at their home in Yucapia, California.
'My daughter had the whole world,' her father Freddie Avila told NBC 7 San Diego, choking back tears.
'Now, I just have to think about what she could have done or what she could have become, now it's just a memory.'
Rosalie was in the eighth grade at Mesa View Middle School - and her father described her as a loving and warm individual who wanted to be a lawyer one day so she could make the world a better place.
He said she got good grades and was a great artist and loved singing.
Mr Avila said he found his daughter in the middle of the night when he woke up because he heard screaming.
'I had to find my daughter hanging in her room,' he told the outlet.
Rosalie left behind a letter apologizing, and wrote in it that she did it because she was 'ugly' and a 'loser'.