When you have kids, you do everything you can to raise them right. Sometimes kids rebel against their parents. There are many examples of kids misbehaving, but my friend DJ was faced with something that he never thought he would go through with his six-year-old. DJ gave me the exclusive interview. In hopes that parents in the Tri-State can avoid a similar situation in their household.

I should start by mentioning that DJ is a good father. I know he does everything he can to teach his kids right from wrong. No one saw something like this coming from a six year old, who just last month did such a good deed at the 911 Gives Hope For The Holidays Toy Drive:

As a parent, when your child acts out in a matter as serious as this, you have to let them know that actions as heinous as this will not be tolerated. I reached out to DJ to get his thoughts on the matter. Here is what he said:

I'm very upset that is has come to this. Haley's mother and I have done the best we can to raise her right, but sometimes you just get a bad egg. We were shocked, to say the least, but we will NOT allow these type of shenanigans in our household. My only hope is that no other parent ever has to go through what Haley has put us through today.

You may be asking "What did this six-year-old do?" I must warn you, the image that you are about to see may be too disturbing. Viewer discretion is advised.

As you can imagine, this came as quite the surprise to the Watson household. I asked DJ how he plans to respond to Haley's insubordinate actions. You could hear it in his voice when he responded that this was the hardest thing he has been faced with as a parent.

We contacted the folks from San Quentin, the Trans Siberia Prison, and representatives from the Arctic Circle. However, they do not accept someone with that degree of hatred. Our only option is to keep her.

DJ says that they are still unsure what they will do to prevent her from being a menace to society like that again. His hope is that her punishment of making her eat all of her peas and broccoli from now on will be enough to ensure that she learned her lesson.


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