Drs: Felony Charges For Cyber-Bullying Mom + Crying Baby Fine?

The Doctors: Mom Posts Nude Photo Of Girl As Revenge

Psychotherapist and author Stacy Kaiser was back on the show to talk about some health-related headlines that were certainly related to her field. First, the story of a mom who went to extreme measures after her son’s girlfriend broke up with him. The 40-year-old mom was accused of cyber bullying after posting a naked photo of the girl that she sent to the mom’s son when she was just 12-years-old. The mom was facing two felony charges and the victim shared that the mom’s family began bullying her and the photo was posted on Facebook, showing her nude from the waist-up, with rude remarks about her sexuality.

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Law enforcement is now hoping the story will serve as a warning to other individuals. Stacy explained that she doesn’t like social media because boys, even at just 12-years-old, will ask young girls to send inappropriate pictures, and those girls will feel pressure to comply. Dr Travis Stork wanted to make it clear to everyone watching that questionable photos aren’t a requirement for a successful relationship and you should never be asked by your partner to do something that makes you uncomfortable.

Drs: Felony Charges For Cyber-Bullying Mom + Crying Baby Fine?

After her son’s girlfriend broke up with him, one mom sought revenge that resulted in two felony charges. (dragontomato / Flickr)

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The Doctors: Complaints Filed Over Crying Child

Next, Dr Stork shared news of a young mom in Australia who received an angry letter from her building manager stating that her neighbors complained about excessive noise and shouting coming from her 19-month-old toddler. The letter asked the mom to “please refrain from allowing your child to create excessive noise immediately and into the future.”

The mom was also threatened with legal action and could have to pay a fine if she fails to keep the child quiet. With a second child on the way, the couple is now so upset that they feel they may need to leave the city. Kaiser first pointed out that it was a kid-friendly building, while Dr Stork chimed in saying that if a baby or child is crying non-stop, there’s likely something wrong.

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