Skip to comments.Mothers create group dedicated to sharing photos of other people's DISABLED and 'ugly' children
Posted on 11/09/2013 5:27:49 PM PST by Tolerance Sucks Rocks
A facebook group dedicated to criticizing 'ugly' babies proves that bullying is not just an act of teenagers.
The private facebook group, which has since been removed, is composed of grown women around the country who grab photos of toddlers from other mothers' facebook pages without approval and post them online for criticizing.
The group was originally designed to trade and sell children's clothing but took a nasty turn.
One mother, Melissa Anetucci, of Palm Beach, Fla. has made it her mission to fight against the self-proclaimed 'mean girls group' and to expose their wildly inappropriate behavior. She began posting the mother's comments online in order to exploit their cruel remarks.
Anetucci told Wesh.com, 'The things that these mothers said were the most horrific things that I have ever seen, being a mom and knowing that they are moms.'
Another mother, Ellen Veach, of Pheonix, Ariz. told Fox News she was terrified to discover that a photo of her 2-year-old daughter was taken from her facebook and pictured next to a cartoon character.
Veach says she didn't realize that friends of friends could access her photos on facebook. It was a friend who notified her her daughter's photo was circulating online.
'So I'm posting pictures of my son's first day in kindergarten or Ivy's new outfit or something just naively posting it up there so my friends can see, not realizing there's a group that takes these pictures and targets these children and makes fun of them. Like that's just something I wouldn't even think a mother or grown woman would do,' Veach told Fox.
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No, there was a very intense sense of them living vicariously through thier daughters. My kids have very nice clothes from me buying off season and on sale while using Kohl’s cash. They wear Nike and Ralph Lauren for which I pay Walmart prices. There was an attitude there that I can only say must be seen to understand.
And the souls of the "ugly" children is as pure and bright as it gets.