Mom calls the police after aunt tattoos her daughter, 7, without consent

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By Kim Novak

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A mother has shared her horror after her seven-year-old daughter came home with a real tattoo her aunt had given her without her mother's consent.

The TikTok user, who goes by the handle @newskii_soexotic24, took to the video-sharing platform to share her anger after discovering that her child had been given permanent body art.

She revealed that her daughter Jayde, seven, had been staying with her dad's side of the family in California when the incident occurred

The mom claimed at some point in her stay, Jayde had called her to ask if she could get a tattoo and she had, of course, told her in no uncertain terms that the answer was no.

She shared an initial video showing the wonky heart-shaped tattoo on her child's leg, telling her followers: "Who in their right mind tattoos a seven-year-old? Beware of who you let your kids go around!"

The mom captioned the post: "So i just found out my baby dad sister tattooed my child!! His sister 28 MY DAUGHTER ONLY 7."

She also shared a video asking Jayde to explain how she'd come to have permanent ink, asking her on camera: "Whose idea was it for you to get a tattoo?", to which Jayde replies: "Aunty's".

The mom then asked: "Did she just offer? What did she say," and Jayde responds: "She asked what mom said and I said that mom said no."

She then claimed that her aunt did the tattoo anyway, and even tattooed her own two kids as well.

The mom asked her if she had gone first, to which Jayde reveals she had, and claims that the aunt used the same needle - a huge no-no when it comes to tattooing, and a highly dangerous way to spread diseases - on all of them, and Jayde claims that she did.

It is also revealed that the aunt didn't even stencil the design on before going in with the tattoo gun, which will probably not come as much of a surprise given the messy outcome of the tattoo.

The mom also revealed that she had never actually left her daughter with her aunt, but had dropped her off with her paternal grandmother, who took her to see the aunt while she was in her care.

She also revealed that after posting about the shocking incident, the grandmother had hit back at her on social media and claimed that the aunt never tattooed Jayde and that she had done it to herself.

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The mom revealed in a later video that she had phoned the police and Child Protective Services to report the aunt, but there was little that could be done as she lived in another state and had no fixed address, having been squatting in the property where she tattooed Jayde, which had been reclaimed by its legal owners in the weeks since.

She explained: "I'm in another state so there's not much I can do. I've called CPS, I've gone to the doctor, I've called the police. I'm also pregnant, so there's not much I can do.

"When I called the police, they said they couldn't locate her because she's unhoused and they can't find her address."

She also revealed that Jayde's father is in jail and she is waiting for his response to the fact his sister tattooed their child without the parents' consent.

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The child claimed their aunt used the same needle on them and their cousins which is a huge no-no. Credit: Getty Images

Viewers were of course floored by the fact the aunt had done such an inappropriate and dangerous thing to her niece, commenting: "Press Charges immediately" and: "Have you had her tested? Because auntie didn’t care about what she did to them she dang sure isn’t practicing good hygiene anywhere else!"

Others added: "Ppl wonder why moms are so skeptical about sending their children with dad or other family members…. Cause you really never know what ppl are doing" and: "I’d be in jail. That’s definitely against the law."

Another commented: "OH MY GODDD. I cannot imagine how you are feeling or felt when you saw that. Like, straight to jail for that. That’s heinous. Poor baby."

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Mom calls the police after aunt tattoos her daughter, 7, without consent

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By Kim Novak

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A mother has shared her horror after her seven-year-old daughter came home with a real tattoo her aunt had given her without her mother's consent.

The TikTok user, who goes by the handle @newskii_soexotic24, took to the video-sharing platform to share her anger after discovering that her child had been given permanent body art.

She revealed that her daughter Jayde, seven, had been staying with her dad's side of the family in California when the incident occurred

The mom claimed at some point in her stay, Jayde had called her to ask if she could get a tattoo and she had, of course, told her in no uncertain terms that the answer was no.

She shared an initial video showing the wonky heart-shaped tattoo on her child's leg, telling her followers: "Who in their right mind tattoos a seven-year-old? Beware of who you let your kids go around!"

The mom captioned the post: "So i just found out my baby dad sister tattooed my child!! His sister 28 MY DAUGHTER ONLY 7."

She also shared a video asking Jayde to explain how she'd come to have permanent ink, asking her on camera: "Whose idea was it for you to get a tattoo?", to which Jayde replies: "Aunty's".

The mom then asked: "Did she just offer? What did she say," and Jayde responds: "She asked what mom said and I said that mom said no."

She then claimed that her aunt did the tattoo anyway, and even tattooed her own two kids as well.

The mom asked her if she had gone first, to which Jayde reveals she had, and claims that the aunt used the same needle - a huge no-no when it comes to tattooing, and a highly dangerous way to spread diseases - on all of them, and Jayde claims that she did.

It is also revealed that the aunt didn't even stencil the design on before going in with the tattoo gun, which will probably not come as much of a surprise given the messy outcome of the tattoo.

The mom also revealed that she had never actually left her daughter with her aunt, but had dropped her off with her paternal grandmother, who took her to see the aunt while she was in her care.

She also revealed that after posting about the shocking incident, the grandmother had hit back at her on social media and claimed that the aunt never tattooed Jayde and that she had done it to herself.

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The mom revealed in a later video that she had phoned the police and Child Protective Services to report the aunt, but there was little that could be done as she lived in another state and had no fixed address, having been squatting in the property where she tattooed Jayde, which had been reclaimed by its legal owners in the weeks since.

She explained: "I'm in another state so there's not much I can do. I've called CPS, I've gone to the doctor, I've called the police. I'm also pregnant, so there's not much I can do.

"When I called the police, they said they couldn't locate her because she's unhoused and they can't find her address."

She also revealed that Jayde's father is in jail and she is waiting for his response to the fact his sister tattooed their child without the parents' consent.

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The child claimed their aunt used the same needle on them and their cousins which is a huge no-no. Credit: Getty Images

Viewers were of course floored by the fact the aunt had done such an inappropriate and dangerous thing to her niece, commenting: "Press Charges immediately" and: "Have you had her tested? Because auntie didn’t care about what she did to them she dang sure isn’t practicing good hygiene anywhere else!"

Others added: "Ppl wonder why moms are so skeptical about sending their children with dad or other family members…. Cause you really never know what ppl are doing" and: "I’d be in jail. That’s definitely against the law."

Another commented: "OH MY GODDD. I cannot imagine how you are feeling or felt when you saw that. Like, straight to jail for that. That’s heinous. Poor baby."

Featured image credit: Getty Images