An angry mum used Facebook to shame her bullying daughter after she caught her organising fights online.
Lorraine Walls posted a video of her 12-year-old daughter Luticia as the mum took her to task for her behaviour, which also included talking to boys on Facebook.
The mum, from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, US, says to her daughter in the video: "Tell them that you can't be on Facebook."
Luticia repeats: "I can't be on Facebook."
Lorraine continues: "I can't have a boyfriend."
Her daughter repeats: "I can't have a boyfriend."
Her mother adds: "I'm reading my Bible, get your Bible, show them that you're reading your Bible."
Lorraine told CBS58 her daughter had already been suspended from school over a fight planned on Facebook before she caught her on the site again.
She also defended the video after it was viewed 500,000 times online, saying: "She doesn't get whoopins, she's not getting beat, she doesn't get abused.
"We have to save our youth. We got too many laying out there dead because of gun shot wounds, we got too many that's coming up pregnant."
She added: "The next time she's on Facebook, and I catch her on Facebook, I'm beating the hell out of her."
The mother received a mixed response for her actions.
One commenter said: "I think that what this parent has done is a good job, but also there are better ways of taking action than this. The parent could have done a lot worse, think about it....either way the child definitely deserved more than just this. Hopefully this child will learn why its not safe to just organize fights, its pretty much illegal and wrong in the first place. Good luck to both of them!!"
But another added: "I must say the steps the mother has taken to discipline her child is wrong, not to mention dangerous. She is also instilling in her daughter more rebellion and the outcome may prove to have a opposite effect."
The story has echoes of last month's when a mother caught her daughter cyber bullying and decided to teach her a lesson - by posting a photo on the Internet of her daughter holding a sign that read: "My name is Hailey. I am a kind, caring, smart girl, but I make poor choices with social media. As punishment, I am selling my iPod and will be donating the money to the charity BeatBullying in hopes of changing my behaviour as well as bringing awareness to bullying. Because bullying is wrong."
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