A ten-year-old girl named Kaylee was recently forced by her stepmother, Ally, to wear thrift store clothes after the girl was caught bullying another student over her wardrobe.
Kaylee (pictured) had to attend school in Utah for two days in outfits that were purchased for under $50, which many families in the U.S. would welcome.
According to Fox13Now.com, Ally discovered that Kaylee was bullying another student after a teacher told her the victim no longer wanted to attend school.
The teacher told Ally that Kaylee had been "harassing" the other student whom she said "dressed liked a sleaze."
"Someone not wanting to go to school anymore based off of something that one other little person said to them. I mean, that’s huge, that’s damaging," said Ally.
Ally spent just under $50 on outfits Kaylee would never wear in this punishment for the privileged.
Kaylee told KSTU-TV that she actually cried when she first saw the thrift store clothes, which, again, many impoverished American families would love to have.