A Dad Punishes His Daughter By Sharing Facebook Videos Announcing She Is A Thief And A Liar.

Gary Mills has been sharing videos of his teenage daughter on Facebook, which show her wearing a sign announcing her as a thief and a liar. One of the signs read:

My name is Abby Mills & I am a LIAR & a THIEF! I’ve stolen from my parents, brothers & sister. Aunts & uncles. I even stole my 9-yr-old cousin’s Christmas presents.

One of the videos, which has gone viral since being posted on Facebook, shows Mills asking people to share it “so everybody in the world will know my daughter’s a thief and I’m sick and tired of it”.

1. Gary Mills has been sharing videos of his teenage daughter on Facebook which show her wearing a sign announcing her as a thief and a liar.

The dad also criticizes the authorities which he says don’t do enough for teenagers who commit crimes.

The videos Mills shared on social media quickly prompted a heated debate about whether this is a good way to discipline a misbehaving child or a counterproductive one.

One viewer, Sharon Bryant-Brown, supported Mills’ actions. She wrote:

I think this is a great thing this will teach her a lesson so she wont go to prison when she gets older.

2. The video below quickly went viral on Facebook where it has been viewed more than 167,000 times since being published on July 23.

Another of Mills’ Facebook supporters, Tracy Karma Dainelli, wrote:

I think you did the right thing!!!! You are a great dad!

Mills has also received some criticism about the type of punishment he has chosen to administer, with some viewers arguing that he won’t get the desired results from it.

3. One of the videos shows Mills asking people to share it “so everybody in the world will know my daughter’s a thief and I’m sick and tired of it”.

A Dad Punishes His Daughter By Sharing Facebook Videos Announcing She Is A Thief And A Liar.

View more of Mills’ videos: Facebook.

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