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"To suggest that responding to such acts by a teenaged daughter (14 going on 15 years), by spanking her with an object, would be educative or corrective, is simply not believable or acceptable by any measure of current social consensus." The incident occurred in 2015 on Valentine's Day.It came to the attention of police when the daughter showed bruises on her buttocks to two of her girlfriends, who in turn reported what they had seen to the school principal.Lana began to impress the public with her photogenic abilities, and was asked to grace her petite frame on several fitness magazines.Miss Tailor’s reputation continued to grow when she was cast as the lead actress for all of 3 hit TV spots.In a case that tests issues of consent, discipline and parental responsibility, provincial court Judge Edmond de Walle found no excuse for the parents' behaviour."In this day and age, any reasonable parent would be concerned about a teenager sending nude pictures of him or herself via a cellphone or any other electronic device.
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