Emily Schmitt, a mother from Ohio, USA, was strongly sorry to let her two-year-old daughter play with her cell phone. Among the many applications available on the device, little Carsyn opened Snapchat, based on the conversation through the exchange of photos. Soon, the girl had access to the cell phone gallery and the camera, and what was supposed to be a distraction for the child turned into shame for the adult: the mother’s “nudes” were sent to the contacts.
It was a co-worker who warned Emily of the embarrassing photos. “She said: thanks for the nude,” the mother told the British newspaper Daily Star.
The fright was so great that Emily had to spend a good deal of time apologizing to those contemplated by the images. “I was mortified. I literally think I died for a minute and then came back to life to tell people what happened,” he said.
In total, the mother counted 15 messages fired by her daughter for the most diverse contacts: coworkers, ex-clients, a friend and even a “crush” from the time of college. Fortunately for her, not all photos were nude; some contacts claimed to have received photos of Carsyn’s foot, or the ceiling.
The mother of four daughters now shares the story to make others laugh. “My parents own the real estate I work for. To make the situation even worse, the day after the photos, I got there and my dad joked ‘here comes the company’s porn star’,” he recalled.
Emily even recognized the energy of her daughter, Carsyn, in making a mess. “This daughter of mine is funny. She is fierce, she cannot be tamed.”
Luckily for the mother, Snapchat does not save the photos, so there is a certain positive point. Nobody took a print and, therefore, her nudes must be safe from being permanently circulated on social networks.