Lorraine Walls wanted to make sure her daughter Luticia knew what she was doing on Facebook was wrong. She took to shaming her in a video to get the point across.
When Lorraine found out what her daughter was doing she took swift action by banning Luticia from using social media.
But that's not all.
Lorraine filmed her daughter getting “chewed out” about the entire ordeal and posted the embarrassing video on Facebook for all her friends to see.
“Tell them that you can’t be on Facebook,” Lorraine says to Luticia in the video.
“I can’t be on Facebook,” Luticia repeats.
“I can’t have a boyfriend,” the mother continues.
“I can’t have a boyfriend,” Luticia says.
“I’m reading my Bible, get your Bible, show them that you’re reading your Bible,” Lorraine adds.
Many viewers of the video believe Lorraine went too far when she said she would “beat the hell” out of Luticia if she went online again, reports Metro.
Lorraine defended the video, after it had reached 500,000 views.
“She doesn’t get whoopins, she’s not getting beat, she doesn’t get abused,” Lorraine said. “We have to save our youth. We got too many laying out there dead because of gun shot wounds, we got too many that’s coming up pregnant.”
This was not the first time Luticia had planned a fight via Facebook. She was suspended from school for it once before.
Tired of repeatedly being taunted and verbally abused, Oregon teen Halsey Parkerson finally stood up to his bully last week after 100 new friends showed up to support him.
When Halsey Parkerson’s aunt recently met with him for lunch at South Salem High School, she overheard a bully telling him he has no friends and nobody cares about him. Parkerson said it wasn’t the first time he was treated this way.
His aunt decided she’d meet with him again on Friday, and this time she invited people on Facebook to take a stand against bullying.
About 100 people in 50 cars showed up to the school. One traveled more than 350 miles from Vancouver, Canada, to be there for Parkerson.
The crowd demanded the unnamed bully apologize.
“I apologize,” the guy said sheepishly. “I apologize and I take it back."
The bully even offered Parkerson a high-five.
“It’s just unbelievable,” Parkerson told KATU. “I will now know whenever I get bullied I’ll raise my head up and say, ‘Sorry, I have too many friends to think I'm being bullied.’ This is one glorious day.”
Parkerson hopes his story will inspire other people being bullied to speak up and say something.
“If you’re being bullied, just stand up and express yourself,” he said.
He later thanked his new friends on Facebook.
“Thanks to everyone who was there with me and my family thanks also to the ones who could not make it by all you making a difference,” he wrote. “I truly mean it I’m tearing up thanks guys for standing up with me and helping me make a difference!!”
LeAnn Rimes recently stepped out with husband Eddie Cibrian for the Friend Movement Anti-Bullying benefit concert in Los Angeles.
Rimes talked about a recent vacation she took with Cibrian.
"Just got back from Lake Powell," she said. "It was awesome!"
She said she has also recently started boxing, saying "It's my favorite thing!"
Speaking of the anti-bullying movement, she said the concert was close to her heart as she experienced bullying when she was little.
"I can relate to it, definitely. I was actually bullied as a kid when I was in school," she said. "Girls can be mean sometimes…People in general. I guess I have a soft spot for it because I have experienced it."