Coroner has blamed the fashion industry 'directly responsible' for the death of a 14 year-old school girl suffering from bulimia.

Michael Rose coroner of Taunton, UK recorded the verdict teenager Fiona Geraghty's death as misadventure, suggesting images of thin models contributed to the death of a 14 year-old girl.

The Coroner said "the fashion industry, particularly magazines, promoted the thin figure," adding "I would ask the magzine industry to stop picturing very thin girls - because at the end of the day Fiona and others like her have suffered," according to UK Telegraph.

Fiona Geraghty, killed herself after developing an eating disorder bulimia and being taunted by classmates for being fat. Fiona weighed about 60kg or 132 pounds.

The father of the 14 year-old discovered her body hanging on a rope from her bedroom window, in July 2011.