- Denver cosmetology student Val Sparks posted 5-minute video on her Facebook page Sunday showing her confrontation with her daughter
- Videos has been viewed more than 10.6million times and shared more than 313,000 times as of Wednesday
- Sparks said she decided to publicly shame her child after discovering racy photos on her Facebook page
- In the video, Sparks makes the girls admit that she doesn’t own any lacy underwear, has a 10pm bedtime and still watches children’s shows
ATTN ALL PARENTS PLEASE WATCH WHAT HAPPENS TO A GROWN ASS 13 YEAR OLD… MY CHILD
When a Colorado mother discovered that her 13-year-old daughter has been pretending to be 19 on Facebook and posing for pictures in lacy lingerie, she shot a video to publicly shame the girl for her actions.
The recording clocking it at 5 minutes, 40 seconds, shows Val Starks correcting her daughter and forcing her to admit that she is a just a kid who still watches the Disney Channel, doesn’t wear makeup, owns no sexy underwear and isn’t a freak.
Val Starks posted the video on her Facebook page Sunday, and it instantly went viral. By Wednesday night, it has racked up more than 10.6million views and 313,000 shares.
‘So you’re 13, we’ve established in the last few seconds that you’re not a freak, that you don’t sit at home with your bra on, you don’t wear makeup, you don’t take pictures like that, you don’t have no lace panties, you barely know how to wipe your a** good, don’t you… but you’re a freak?’ Val Starks demands of her daughter, referring to something the girl apparently had written on her Facebook page.
‘So tell them that you’re 13, you’re not a freak and you don’t know how to wipe your a** good,’ Ms Starks tells the girl.
As the visibly embarrassed teen breaks down in tears, her mother says: ‘Don’t cry now. You wasn’t crying when you was posting pictures on Facebook, was you? In a bra, or some little girl in some lace panties you know you don’t own. You still wear panties that say Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday.
Source: Daily Mail
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