A controversial video titled 'Bully', produced by Fenton High School Juniors Abby Barnard and Kirsten Humitz, has been pulled from YouTube at the request of FHS administrators.

The video features some rather disturbing accounts of bullying from victims, as well as those who've participated in bullying other students.

Is the school upset because students say school administrators sometimes look the other way? One student says, "The school doesn't really do anything about it. I mean, if you tell them about it, they will take it into consideration, and try to figure out what's going on, but if they can't figure it out, they just leave it alone, and let it continue."

Another, Alyssa, says she's been physically, mentally, and sexually abused.

Barnard and Humitz told the Tri-County Times that they interviewed approximately 30 students about their experiences. The pair created the video as part of a video production class.

Although the video is no longer available for viewing on YouTube, you can watch it here. Scroll to bottom of the Tri-County Times' story, and click the link in order to download and view using your media player.

A Flushing High School student made news earlier this year, when she produced an anti-bullying video, after a classmate committed suicide.