Man Who Sent 12-Year-Old Girl Racist Texts Gets DESTROYED By Her Replies

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Most parents know this before they set out to chastise children for behavior they probably learned from someone else.

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They’re just…concerned.

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Presumably, when something so ugly is said, that influence would get cut out of their life altogether.

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Things get a little trickier.

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…but outright racist? One mom had that very unpleasant decision to make. See how the story unfolds.

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  via : Metro  

She was even more shocked, and disturbed, when she realized that her daughter’s question was prompted by a series of hateful, racist texts sent by Dean Sheridan, the father of one of her daughter’s classmates.

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He claims his daughter had received nuisance calls from Millie-Grace while off from school with a broken leg. “Millie-Grace walks to school with the man’s daughter and they had been involved in a typical incident of pre-teen banter,” Turner said. “My daughter had been messaging this girl and she had been messaging back, but this man got hold of his daughter’s phone to get Millie-Grace’s number and in the space of one day she had received seventeen text messages from him.”

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Namely, it says this guy doesn’t give a f***.

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  via : Metro  


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  via : Metro  

It may not be as bad or as painful as the racism, but there’s another chilling aspect to this man’s messages.

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The racism is clearly the bigger trespass here, but anyone who spells that poorly shouldn’t be allowed around kids, either.

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  via : Metro  


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  via : Metro  


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  via : Metro  

“I’m certainly not going through all this with brats calling my daughter’s phone and making threats and calling her names,” he said. “I’ll do anything, and I mean anything, to protect my daughter. If anyone has a problem, they can come and see me. I’ll do anything to protect my daughter.” They do have a problem with it, and the police investigation is ongoing. You do not mess with Millie-Grace.

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If you’d like to find some other lessons around here, it would seem “Don’t be racist” and “Don’t be racist around other people’s kids” are two pretty profound takeaways.

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