Samm Jane: British mum goes viral on TikTok after forcing son to apologize to girl he bullied

A single mom has been hailed as a model parent after taking extraordinary steps to force her son to apologize to a girl he bullied in class.

Samm Jane:

Samm Jane, from Warwickshire in the UK, shared a TikTok video detailing the incident – which quickly went viral.

The mother of three boys said she received a call from the school saying her then 11-year-old son Dave (not his real name) had been sending nasty messages to a female classmate.

Mrs. Jane took matters into her own hands, waiting for her son to come home that day before demanding that he unlock his phone — and hand it over.

The 32-year-old was shocked to discover messages addressed to a young girl in Dave’s class calling her a series of profanities, including a “c**t”, “t**t,” and a “b***h”.

The horrific posts also called her “fat” and “ugly.”

Ms. Jane said her son had also sent the girl abusive voice messages.

“I was like, ‘What are you playing on?’ and my son says, ‘She does my head at school,’ she said.

“And I said, ‘I don’t care if she does your head at school. What gives you the right to talk to her like that?’

Camera icon Zoo of Samm Jane’s son’s text messages to a female classmate. Credit: Kennedy News and Media

“I said to him, ‘She’s going to look in the mirror now and feel so insecure’. I could not help myself.”

The furious mother forced her son into the shops to buy flowers and chocolates before taking him to the girl’s house and demanded that he apologize to her – and her parents.

She even made him pay for the flowers and chocolates from the money he would get for his birthday the next day.

“I made him say what he regretted. The mother did not know; the girl had not told her mother.

“I repeated everything Dave said to her, and the girl’s father said, ‘I’m not going to lie, buddy, if you were a grown man and you said that to my daughter, I would have kicked your head in’.”

She also confiscated her son’s phone, laptop, and Playstation as part of his sentence.

Since she posted the video on TikTok, she has received a lot of praise from users online.

One user wrote: “Good old-fashioned parenting, well done. You are a great mother and a great person.”

Another commented: “Yes, queen. If my boys ever do something like this, I will do the same thing!! So proud of you.”

“We have to raise the next generation,” said Mrs. Jane.

“It would be much easier if parents taught their boys — and girls — to apologize and make amends.”

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