18-year-old girl from Australia filed a lawsuit against the parents for what they made her life unbearable. What she had to endure as a child? This sends Clutch.
The Australian could not wait for his majority, to sue his parents. And the fact that her parents have always been big fans of social networks and often posted photos of his daughter.
According to the girl, her life in 2009 has become a real hell. Mother and father are constantly published on Facebook baby pictures daughter, who can be considered intimate. The girl in the photo has often been depicted in diapers, on the potty or in the bathroom.
From the beginning, the daughter was asked to delete the pictures and not to publish, but all her pleas were in vain. Due to the fact that the parents refused to listen, the only way for the Aussies was on the court. According to the girl, constantly mocked by classmates because of these photos, nobody wanted to chat with her. Parents didn’t pay any attention to it.
In 6 years parents have placed over 500 pictures. Yet it is not clear why they were so important to lay out for everyone to see intimate moments of your daughter’s life. Psychologists have long urged mothers and fathers, especially those who are raising Teens, you need to be sure to ask permission before publishing photos or information on social networks. But apparently, for some, virtual life is much more important than the psychological health of their children.
Recall, the BBC retouch spicy stills with the heroine of the documentary on social networks, not to offend the conservative views of Africans.
Earlier Znayu reported, the network showed touching photos adorable little girl surrounded by four-legged friends. They just can not cause of emotion.
Also Znayu I wrote 71-year-old woman to the funeral of his son ended their own marriage. At the ceremony, she met 17-year-old boy, who sunk into the soul.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.