Bramty Juliette: TikTok mom accused by therapist for using 'crying baby' for views

After the child mental health expert criticized her parenting, Juliette responded on Twitter saying her kids are loved and her actions weren’t intentional


                            Bramty Juliette: TikTok mom accused by therapist for using 'crying baby' for views
Child mental health expert Ryan Allen posted her video in which the influencer was spotted pouring water over her son’s head (TikTok/ @ preschooltherapy)
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Content creator Bramty Juliette has defended her parenting skills on Thursday, 24 February, after a child therapist slammed her for playing a viral prank on her son. Child mental health expert Ryan Allen analyzed her video in which the influencer was spotted pouring water over her son’s head.

Juliette has 3.5 million followers on TikTok. She captioned her video: “spray my kid’s hair until he says something.” In the viral footage, Juliette pours water on her baby’s head as he cries and says “stop it.” Making a reaction video about Juliette’s viral footage, the child expert informed how this kind of 'fun' can become a problem for kids. He said: “This is an example of how we can have good intentions to play and have fun with our children and how it can become such a problem – and for what? Social media views and likes.”

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The Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) Allen highlighted when Julliette’s son reacts for the first time and requests her mother to stop, as he says, “it was a lot of sprays”.


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Allen said: “Indirectly he asks you to stop, we should note here he doesn’t like that.” Allen also highlighted the “pain” in the child’s voice. The child starts weeping, Allen pointed out the child’s vulnerability. Allen said: “We feel helpless now.”

After Allen’s criticized her, Juliette responded on Twitter saying her kids are loved and her actions weren’t intentional. She said, “There was some reaction to a TikTok I posted a few weeks ago. It really wasn’t that profound. ALL of my kids are LOVED, HAPPY AND HEALTHY.”

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A Twitter user however again slammed her and replied, “We’re not saying that they’re not happy, healthy, or loved.Your son simply wanted you to quit recording. you really do sometimes go too far with some pranks and try to defend yourself on here cause you know you don’t want to be attacked on. It’s not hard to consider your actions.”

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“This you right? Laughing at the emotional and mental expense of your children? “ALL my kids are LOVED, HAPPY AND EMOTIONALLY AND MENTALLY SCARRED FOR LIFE. Social media is not a place for young kids nor a place for children that young to be laughed at. No matter the situation,” another user said, lashing out at her.

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Another tweet taught Juliette a lesson about how consent is important at every age, “It’s really not funny. No means no at every age and of every gender. Water fights and spraying each other is funny, ignoring your child's tearful pleas to stop is not funny and teaches them that no doesn't mean no.”

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Juliette had also filmed her daughter pouring a spray bottle on her and then wipes the water from her eyes laughing at her.

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