Mom reveals herself as the woman who streamed 'Bee Movie' on Netflix 357 times in a year

After Netflix called out one of their subscribers for watching Bee Movie 357 times in one year, the woman's identity has been revealed as a mother from Scotland.

Gemma Chalmers, 29, has come out as the person who streamed the 2007 animated film starring Jerry Seinfeld more than 300 times. She says it's because her 9-month-old son, Jaxson, loves the flick.

The internet was all a buzz after Netflix announced the interesting statistic on Twitter after Thanksgiving.  

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U.S. actress Renee Zellweger (L) and U.S. comedian Jerry Seinfeld pose during a photocall to promote their latest film 'Bee Movie - Das Honigkomplott' (Bee Movie) in Berlin, December 7, 2007. The movie opens in German cinemas December 13. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
Actor Jerry Seinfeld is interviewed as he arrives for the premiere of the film "Bee Movie" in New York October 25, 2007. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
U.S. actress Renee Zellweger poses during a photocall to promote her latest film 'Bee Movie - Das Honigkomplott' (Bee Movie) in Berlin, December 7, 2007. The movie opens in German cinemas December 13. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
Cast member Jerry Seinfeld, who lends his voice to character Barry B. Benson, and his wife Jessica, pose at the premiere of "Bee Movie" at Mann Village theatre in Westwood, California October 28, 2007. The movie opens in the U.S. on November 2. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES)
Rene Zellweger and Jerry Seinfeld attend a photocall for Bee Movie December 4, 2007 at the DeRussie Hotel in Rome, Italy. (Photo by Ernesto Ruscio/FilmMagic)
Cast member Jerry Seinfeld (R), who gives his voice to character Barry B. Benson, laughs next to television host Jay Leno at the premiere of "Bee Movie" at Mann Village theatre in Westwood, California October 28, 2007. The movie opens in the U.S. on November 2. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES)
Actor Darrell Hammond and his daughter Mia Hammond arrive for the premiere of the film "Bee Movie" in New York October 25, 2007. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
Actor James Gandolfini and his son Michael Gandolfini arrive for the premiere of the film "Bee Movie" in New York October 25, 2007. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
German actress Miriam Weichselbraun and comedian Bastian Pastewka pose during a photocall to promote their latest film 'Bee Movie - Das Honigkomplott' (Bee Movie) in Berlin, December 7, 2007. The movie opens in German cinemas December 13. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
Cast member Renee Zellweger (L), who gives the voice to Vanessa Bloome, is greeted by co-star Jerry Seinfeld, who gives the voice to Barry B. Benson, at the premiere of "Bee Movie" at the Mann Village theatre in Westwood, California October 28, 2007. The movie opens in the U.S. on November 2. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES)
Actress Tina Fey and her daughter Alice Fey arrive for the premiere of the film "Bee Movie" in New York October 25, 2007. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
Jerry Seinfeld of the U.S. waves to the fans as he hugs a man in a bee suit as at the Australian premiere of the film "Bee Movie" in Sydney November 19, 2007. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA)
Cast member Renee Zellweger (R), who gives the voice to Vanessa Bloome, arrives at the premiere of "Bee Movie" at the Mann Village theatre in Westwood, California October 28, 2007. The movie opens in the U.S. on November 2. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES)
U.S actress Renee Zellweger and Jerry Seinfeld pose at the premiere of "Bee Movie" in London December 6, 2007. REUTERS/Anthony Harvey (BRITAIN)
Actors Chris Rock (L), Renee Zellweger, Jerry Seinfeld (2nd R), and Matthew Broderick (R) arrive for the premiere of the film "Bee Movie" in New York October 25, 2007. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
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"I was shocked," she told Inside Edition. "I knew we had watched it a lot, but didn't think we watched it that many times."

Friends on Facebook had alerted her about the tweet Netflix sent out, figuring it had to be her. 

The mom says little Jaxson watches the movie "a couple times a day," because it's the only thing that will stop him from crying.

Chalmers told Inside Edition that her son loves the film mostly because of its colorful and musical nature. The only problem is that when it's over, Jaxson cries.

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