Boy Sues Mother For Changing His Facebook Password

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A disgruntled Arkadelphia boy is hitting back at his social media savvy mother after she went through his Facebook and posted things that “involve slander about his personal life”. His preferred method of revenge: litigation. He’s filing charges against her and is requesting a no contact order.

The son cannot be named, but the mother, Denise New, proclaims that she’s within her rights to watch her child and have a conversation with him about his activities.

“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.



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