Sister, you have been wronged in a way since some people get away.. but you got picked on specifically.
Here's a small article which may benefit you inshaa Allaah:
I just want to show you these narrations and stories to make you realise that you shouldn't give up hope in Allaah, the All Powerful, the Wise.
10) The Broken Foot
On the authority of Ibn Umar (RA), the Messenger of Allah (SAWS) said: “Fear the dua (supplication) of he who has been wronged, for verily it ascends to the skies faster than the rays of light.”
(Al-Haakim, Saheeh). A narration (Ahmad, Saheeh) reads: “Fear the dua of he who has been wronged, even if he is a disbeliever, for there is no veil between it (and Allah (SWT)).”
In an incident narrated in Saheeh Muslim and others, a woman once accused Saeed ibn Zaid (RA), one of the ten companions of the Prophet (SAW) promised Paradise, of stealing some of her property. They appeared before the rule, and Saeed prayed: “O Allah! If you know her to be lying, then make her blind and make her graveyard in her own house.” The narrator of this incident said, “I saw her (later on), blind. She used to walk touching the walls and say, ‘The dua of Saeed has afflicted me!’ Once, she passed by a well inside her house and fell into it, so it became her grave.”
Once is a London prison, a Muslim brother (already unjustly imprisoned) was praying in his cell. The cell was extremely small and the only way to make sujood was towards the door, such that if someone opened the door, it would cross the path of the one praying. The brother finished his food and placed his utensils next to the door so the guard could collect them whilst the brother prayed. During his prayer a huge prison guard came to collect his utensils. He saw the brother was praying, so on purpose he opened the door fully until the utensils fell onto the brother’s prayer mat and he stood in front of the brother, with his big, black, steel-capped boots at the place where the brother would place his head during sujood. Knowing that the brother was praying, the guard began to rudely demand that he be given the utensils in his hand, in order to disrupt the brother’s prayer. The brother refused and went into prostration with the guard standing in front of him and his boots next to the brother’s head. During that same prostration, the brother pleaded to Allah; “O Allah, you know how this thug has wronged me and tried to disrupt my prayers to you. O Allah, Break this foot!”
After finishing his prayers the brother went straight to the room where the guards sat and complained about the guard trying to disrupt his prayer. That same guard was unrepentant and began to argue with and blame the brother so the brother said to him, “I will leave God to deal with you.”
No sooner had he said that, there was an almighty crash and a huge steel cabinet fell on the same foot of the guard. He started to scream and wail like a baby, until all the other prisoners heard and began asking what had happened. Other guards rushed to him, put him on a stretcher and an ambulance took him to hospital. It was a number of days before that prison guard returned to work at the prison. It can safely be said as far as is known, that guard never ever stood in front of or tried to disrupt a Muslim’s prayer again.
It appears that the only reason for the few minutes delay in the dua being answered was for the brother to finish his prayer and walk to the guards’ room.“Fear the dua of he who has been wronged, for verily it ascends to the skies faster than rays of light”(Hadith)
There is also a narration that Allaah's Messenger said that the one who's been wronged - their prayer/supplication reaches to Allaah at the speed of light, and Allaah will respond to it, even if it takes a while.
So what you have to do is do all you have control over - pray to Him since we are created weak, then remain patient and place your trust in Allaah since He put you in that position out of His eternal Wisdom, and He will bring you out of it while bringing through it a greater good which you don't know of yet. Who knows? It might be that the same way this situation changed suddenly in a negative way, Allaah may change it in a totally positive way sooner or later? I know we want things our way, but Allaah loves us more than we love ourselves - so He will bring us something even better if we place our hope in Him.
We just don't know the wisdom behind these things, and praise be to Allaah that we have Him as our supporter, whereas those who disbelieve can't even trust in Allaah totally since they may fall into despair. Yet Allaah has power over all things. So remain steadfast, and you will see the good that comes through this.. even if you can't imagine any way out of this trial yet.