Mom finds out daughter lied about Facebook age and posts viral shaming video

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Too Far? Mom Shames Her Daughter On Social Media
PSA to ANYONE lying about their age on Facebook, your mother will find out. And if she does, she has every right to Facebook shame you.

That's exactly what happened to one Denver pre-teen. Val Starks found out her 13-year-old daughter had a Facebook profile that stated she was 19. Starks had her daughter look to the camera as she rattled off questions pertaining to her profile.

The Denver mom made her daughter confirm that she is in fact 13, she is not a "freak," and proceeded to tell all those watching, if you are friends with her daughter, quickly delete her as a friend.



If that wasn't enough, Starks also wanted to make it very clear that her daughter is still a child. She still watches Disney Channel, and will continue to do whatever her mother tells her to do until she legally becomes an adult.



Word to the wise, just be honest about your age on Facebook. If you want to lie about anything, lie about your height, that won't get you in as much trouble.

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