Mom Sells Daughter's One Direction Tickets on eBay: Extreme Punishment?

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One Direction fan's ultimate punishment? Her mom sold her 1D concert tickets on eBay to punish her for lying and sneaking around with friends. Get the full story of this mom's tough love move. %VIRTUAL-Slideshow-52%

One mom has found the ultimate punishment for her daughter's bad behavior--selling her One Direction concert tickets on eBay!

What did the girl do to warrant that extreme punishment?

There was some lying involved and a variety of other infractions--and dear old mom was sure to tell the bidding public all about it.

In the eBay sale listing for the October 25 Sydney 1D concert, she wrote:

"You can thank my daughters self righteous and lippy attitude for their sale. See sweety? And you thought I was bluffing. I hope the scowl on your bitchy little friends faces when you tell them that your dad and i revoked the gift we were giving you all reminds you that your PARENTS are the ones that deserve love and respect more than anyone. And your silly little pack mentality of taking your parents for fools is one sadly mistaken. Anyhow. Your loss someone else's gain who deserves them!"

She added, "YOU all LIED to us about sleep overs so you could hang like little trollops at an older guy's HOUSE????? Pffft!"

Mom went on to hand out the tough love, writing:

"I find it HIGHLY amusing that you girls think you invented this stuff. Tricks like this on OUR parents is how HALF of you were conceived.....And why a lot of your friends DONT have an address to send that Fathers day card to!!! I'm not your friend. I'm your MOTHER. And I am here to give you the boundaries that YOU NEED to become a functional responsible adult. You may hate me now..... But I don't care. Its my job to raise a responsible adult..not nuture bad habits in my teen age child."

All we can say is wow.

UPDATE: It seems the whole eBay listing was a fake. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Fairfax Media first discovered the One Direction ticket sale hoax. An eBay spokesperson said the eBay account was hacked and the auction was taken down with the explanation "no longer available."

The eBay spokesperson commented: "The person who owned that account never made the listing. There's not much fact at all in the story."

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