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How old is your sister and how old is this guy? Most brothers are over-protective of their sisters, so it's natural that you'd want to put a stop to what's going on.
If he told her he loved her after a week, I think that's BS. He might be lusting after her (which is very different to being in love), but no way could he fall in love that quickly. Your sister seems young and inexperienced so of course she'd believe him, so good for you for helping her realize she needed to end it with him. I'm sure she'll feel guilty about it for a while, so remind her that if he apparently fell in love with her after exchanging a few messages and not even meeting her in person, he could easily do that with any other online girl. Gently let her know that it's likely the guy didn't have genuine feelings for her and that she was smart for not letting things go any further.
As for your sister's friend, you don't know what her intentions were. Maybe she was trying to be helpful by setting her friend up with the guy, or maybe she just wanted to have some fun and see how far your sister would go to be with him. If anything, caution your sister to distance herself a little from the friend since she wasn't supportive when your sister needed her to be. But don't tell her to stop being friends with the girl as that could result in your sister turning on you - first you make her end things with the guy and then you tell her not to be friends with the girl anymore? That's being too controlling.
Now that the communication between your sister and the guy has stopped, your sis probably needs her school friends around her so they can comfort her and study with her. School should definitely be her #1 concern right now.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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