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Sarah Adams is the name of one angry mother on Instagram, who says the social media platform allows parents to cheat on their daughters for money.
“Here’s one [Instagram] it’s an account I’ve checked before, and here’s the subscribe button where you can subscribe for exclusive access to a 13-year-old girl,” said Adams, 37, known on TikTok as @Mom .uncharted, in a viral-talking .reddit post.
In her video, shared under Reddit’s “TerrifyingAsF–k” section, the shocked blonde said the Instagram account in question was linked to a child’s Amazon Wishlist and YouTube channel. He then posed for some really crazy shots of an unsuspecting girl modeling in a bikini near a swimming pool.
“I can only imagine what private conversations are like,” said the angry mother.
A spokesperson for Meta, which owns Instagram, told the Post exclusively, “We take the safety of young people who use our apps very seriously, and we are investigating these claims and will have more information to share.” .”
But Adams, from Vancouver, Canada, says many of the comments about children on social media are “out of control.”
“And this is not because the accounts are small,” he said. “Many parents are doing it with their little girls, and some are buying monthly subscriptions for as little as $1.29 a month.”
She went on to explain that other unnamed moms and dads are reportedly posting indecent photos of their daughters — all of whom Adams says are under the age of 13 — for “the premium price” between $5.99 and $12.49 per month.
And with many photos of analytics from a handful of cringy accounts, he said the majority of subscribers are men between the ages of 18-64.
“It’s about an 8-year-old whose parents are subscribing [has a following that is] 44% male,” Adams said.
“[A girl who’s] 13 years old [has a following that is] about 64% are men,” he continued. “Another one [girl who’s] 13 years old [has a following that is] 73% male.”
For an awesome ending, Adams revealed a kiddie score with a following that was 85% male.
And in each show, men between the ages of 25-34, living in big cities like New York and Los Angeles, are the highest subscribers.
“When I say child abuse or control, I mean it,” Sarah spat.
And angry Reddit readers agree.
“This is very exciting,” said one frustrated commentator.
“A lot of people don’t care about parents. Yes, the subscriber hates this program but the parents agree that it is also very anti-king,” said one.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if people are trying to go there kid on purpose,” wrote one angry user. “It’s a popular trend now to look good and shake your a–.
“I hate it.”