A single mother living in Australia has begged for her daughters to be locked up and taken away from her because she doesn’t love them anymore.
Tammy, whose last name has been withheld, is mum to 14 year old Hillary and 16 year old Sophie. She says she is going through hell and lives in fear of her “nasty” daughters.
MirrorUK reports that, in a bid to highlight her plight, Tammy recorded her daughters’ behaviour in a video diary which she has handed to Australian news TV programme A Current Affair.
She told the show:
“Lock them up. Lock them up. I have come to the end of my tether.
“There is no love. I don’t love them. They’re nasty and I don’t love the people they are.”
In the footage passed to the show, Tammy, who lives in New South Wales, tries to get her daughters, Hillary, 14, and Sophie, 16, out of bed while they try to avoid school.
At another stage in the show she attempts to confront the girls about smoking cannabis only for them to lock themselves in their rooms.
“‘Why don’t you drive your car into a tree?’ They’ve said that to me. That really hurts,”
“Evil, just evil. Nasty. I don’t like the people they are.”
Responding to their mother’s claims, the girls denied smoking marijuana and Sophie says they don’t treat their mother “like rubbish”.
You don’t see how she treats us either,” she added.