A NEW JustGiving page has been set up for the family of Aya Hachem after confusion online about which one was real.

Aya’s family personally approved a fundraising page set up by friends and other family members.

All the money will go to the immediate family so that they can relocate.

The teenager died last Sunday after being shot while walking on King Street in Blackburn by a person in a passing Toyota Avensis.

Her death shocked the community as the innocent student was senselessly killed

Eleven people are now being questioned in custody over Aya’s murder.

Her father Ismail Hachem said he felt the family was no longer safe in Blackburn, and as a result were planning on relocating.

The page was set up with a £5,000 goal for the family and has currently raised more than £9,600, with donors leaving kind messages in memory of Miss Hachem.

The page also clarified the photo supplied was by kind permission of the family.

There have been other fundraising pages set up in Miss Hachem’s name, although some have been taken down by JustGiving after allegations they were fraudulent.

One such page was set up by someone called Hannan Qazi in London.

His page received over £36,000 but was shut down after many people believed he had used Miss Hachem to scam people.

The fundraising page was to build a mosque in Niger, West Africa, in the name of the Lebanon-born 19-year-old.

However, it was revealed Mr Qazi had spoken to Miss Hachem’s father, who gave his approval for the page to remain open.

JustGiving said in a statement: “This page has now been closed as the page owner couldn’t provide sufficient information to satisfy our compliance checks.

“All donations made will be refunded to donors.”

Mr Qazi is now working to get the page back up and running after speaking to the family.

He said: “Initially this fundraiser started off with no consent of the family but with further contact and conversations with Aya’s father Ismail we were able to gain his consent.”

The fundraising page can be found at https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/in-memory-of-aya-hachem.