Courtney Stodden, who is kind of famous for being a willful victim of legal pedophilia, recently lost her Facebook account. Her mom is on the defensive and says that she was deleted because of jealousy. Yah, that’s right. Everyone is jealous.
Sure thing, ma, everyone is jealous of a child-bride to a 50-something-year-old man. Women are totally jealous of a 17-year-old who has breasts younger than the intended viewers for Nick Jr. Are you high?
Krista Keller, the picture-perfect mother of teen-bride Courtney Stodden, said:
The men love her, the women hate her. The women report the photo because it’s so easy to do. You just click a button. They think she’s too sexy, they all report her together, and it’s done.
The woman goes on and on to complain about how everytime her daughter makes a new Facebook account, she gets booted. Could it be because she’s a freaking teenager posting sexually suggestive material? She doesn’t just post revealing pictures, mom, and you know it. Stop further exploiting your teen daughter. You already married her off to a D-List celebrity, so just wait for the free vouchers to the Olive Garden and bow out. It’s probably for the best. As for the content of Courtney Stodden‘s statuses and Tweets, here’s a taste of what this wholesome teenage bride posts throughout the day to the men who love her and the women who hate her:
- Rolling playfully on top of a white feathery fur rug as the strings of my garter swing around my thighs & whip me! *Tuesdays are Tingly! ;-x
- Preparing the most pleasant plate of pasta in absolutely nothing but my plush peek ‘a boo panties! Mmm… it tastes like perfection! XOs
- Lickin a sucker as I boisterously bounce UP & down on the bed while drenched in a soak ‘n wet white mini-T & pink panties; Feelin Dangerous!
Uh. Yeah, so this leaves some strange questions in a normal person’s mind. Is anyone else convinced that Courtney Stodden and her husband are just a clever media ploy for some new brand of reality entertainment? Whatever it is, it’s definitely one step up from a Jerry Springer segment and damn close to being criminal.
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