Oh jeez, this just keeps getting better: Good Morning America
had an interview with the little princess and her fail parents this morning. They depicted her as a "victim" of cyberbullying, and made a big deal out of some trolls making some weak death threats, while quickly glossing over the fact that she made death threats of her own. (also, they failed to mention the facebook nude plot, as Rain brought up, or the fact that she posted pictures of herself in underwear)
Then they had the two "Experts" come out. The Internet Safety Expert actually had semi-decent advice, but the "Family Therapist" went ahead and broke out the tired, old, racist line that her foul language is the fault of all that rap music the kids are listening to these days. Never mind that this whole bruhaha erupted over accusations she was sleeping with a member of an emo band, not a rap band (although I'm sure to a tool like him it's all the same). Or that maybe, just maybe, she talks like this because of her father, who obviously has anger issues of his own. But then comes the cherry on top: She said she's going to keep making YouTube videos! and her parents aren't going to stop her! Somebody call child services!!!
Also, her mother did an interview with Mom Logic
where she said that she hasn't even viewed the videos in question, and delivered this nugget of joy:
Fail Mom wrote:My daughter is an only child -- she was our miracle child, because I had cervical cancer and was told I couldn't have children. Then, on two years to the date of my recovery, I wasn't feeling well and found out I was pregnant.
Now, via wikipedia
The medically accepted paradigm, officially endorsed by the American Cancer Society and other organizations, is that a patient must have been infected with HPV to develop cervical cancer, and is hence viewed as a sexually transmitted disease