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Son Sues Mother for Hacking his Facebook

“Because the son is 16, he isn’t being named in the press, but we do know that his mother’s name is Denise New, and we know that she’s shocked about getting a lawsuit dropped on her after breaking into her son’s Facebook account and posting slanderous messages about him.  Here’s what she had to say to the Arkadelphia News upon hearing that she’s getting sued:

“You’re within your legal rights to monitor your child and to have a conversation with your child on Facebook whether it’s his account, or your account or whoever’s account.  It’s crazy to me that we’re even having this interview.”

So, what inspired Denise to break into her son’s Facebook account?  Well, she alleges that someone tipped her off about some untoward things her son had posted to his Facebook feed, and then she was off and running:

“I read things on his Facebook about how he had gone to Hot Springs one night and was driving 95 m.p.h. home because he was upset with a girl and it was his friend that called me and told me about all this that prompted me to even actually start really going through his Facebook to see what was going on.”

“To see what was going on” allegedly included: changing his password for him, writing a series of hurtful things about him through his Facebook feed, and generally acting like a toolbox while presenting herself as him.  New’s son lives with his grandmother (shocker), and once he discovered what his mother had done, he went downtown, filed some paperwork, and slapped her with a lawsuit.”  (Full Story HERE, for further, unrated, commentary, check out Schmucklife)

Personally, I am thrilled to hear about this. If this woman is so immature that instead of confronting her son face to face she changes his Facebook, she deserves whatever punishment she receives. We’ve all had our FBs hacked by a friend or roommate, our status changed to “It’s complicated with” whoever, but when a mother does it to her own son, with obviously malicious intent something needs to be done. Why cause your own flesh and blood that kind of embarrassment?

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