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Mum 'Mortified' After 'Feral' Toddler Daughter Sent Naked Photos Of Her On Snapchat

Stewart Perrie

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Mum 'Mortified' After 'Feral' Toddler Daughter Sent Naked Photos Of Her On Snapchat

Accidentally sending a naked picture of yourself can be a mortifying and terrible experience. But having them sent out without your knowledge... well, that's much worse.

One mum has discovered that feeling all too well after her toddler daughter managed to tap off a few inconspicuous photos without her knowing.

Emily Schmitt was drying her daughter's hair after a shower and gave the two-year-old her phone to keep her occupied.

The Ohio native didn't realise the girl was taking photos of her and uploading them to Snapchat.


It wasn't until she received a message from her co-worker that said 'Thanks for the nude' that she realised what had happened.

Credit: Pixabay
Credit: Pixabay

According to the NZ Herald, Schmitt wrote: "I was mortified. I literally think I died for a minute then came back to life so I could tell people what happened.

"It's so funny - this child of mine is wild. We just say she's feral - she cannot be tamed.


"My parents own the real estate brokerage that I work for. To make matters even worse I walked in the next day and my dad, who's the broker, was like, 'Oh look, here comes the company porn star.'"

The photos had only been seen by 15 people before Emily was able to tell everyone not to open the post.

But, that was still more than a dozen people who accidentally saw her bits.

"It's people I don't talk to all the time. I was like, 'Oh, there's the guy I went to college with who had a crush on me,' and 'Oh, there's a past client of mine, there's an old co-worker,'" she said.


"I don't know it went to everybody. I immediately responded to everybody and some responded back to say the picture they got was the ceiling, or a sideways picture of a kid's foot.

"It didn't go to everybody but it for sure went to one of my agents and one of my past clients. Luckily it was Snapchat so we've got to find the positives. It didn't save and no one took a picture or screenshotted it.

"It's gone forever. That's a small comfort after everyone seeing my butt in the morning."

While she was mortified, she admits that at least it's something to laugh at during in this 'dark, twisted world at the moment' so it's not all bad.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Viral, News, Snapchat

Stewart Perrie
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