“She was too young for a MySpace account” – Yeah yeah yeah. That’s not the point. The parents aren’t blaming MySpace.
“You have to monitor your kids’ online activities” – Great advice, but irrelevant as the parents *WERE* monitoring her activities and even warned her that not all is what it seems on the internet.
How about the fact that an ADULT made a fictitious account to play head games with a child? Am I the only one who thinks the “mother” responsible should have a psychiatric evaluation… ESPECIALLY when you consider she has NO remorse for what she did whatsoever?
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