Mother Finds Sex Doll On Amazon Resembling Her Daughter

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Florida mom Terri started off a campaign to stop the sale and purchase of child sex dolls after her daughter’s photo was used to make one of these items.

A Florida mom couldn’t hide her frustration when she was told that her daughter’s pic had been used to make a child sex doll. That’s not all, the doll was also available for purchase. In this article, the mother will be referred to as “Terri” to protect her privacy.

A friend of Terri’s informed her that Amazon sells a doll that looks just like her daughter. The price was set up at $559. Amazon had listed the product as a “high-quality sexy dolly live dolls for men.” Disgusting!

The doll looked just Terri’s daughter in one of the photos she had posted on Facebook. Terri was devastated.

“I knew it right away. I knew it … the one site, I saw her and zoomed in on her face and hair,” she said. “I couldn’t believe it. I started crying. I was just completely in shock and angry.”

The mother was in shock that such a product would be listed for sale on the same website they use to help with Kat’s community service projects.

Kat suffers from CVID (Common Variable Immune Deficiency) and she is a child model and a pageant contestant. The photos were posted in a Facebook group where she shares info on Kat’s condition, community projects, and modeling work.

According to Terri, the doll was modeled after the photo she shared in the group. The photo features Kat sitting on a couch with her legs crossed. Terri couldn’t believe that “some sicko” would use her baby daughter’s photo to make something like this.

Going through the reviews was even worse. One person wrote the doll was a “good item during these items.”

“I can’t sleep sometimes because that’s all I can think about, men who have sex with those dolls, and I can’t get them back,” Terri said. “ I just want to burn them.”

The worried mother contacted Amazon to remove the product from their list of items. The adds were removed in 4 days.

“All sellers must follow our selling guidelines and those who do not will be subject to action including potential removal of their account,” an Amazon representative explained. “This product has been removed.”

This didn’t solve the problem. The item was still available on other sites. There was also an instructional video on how to use the doll.

“They should be charged as sex offenders,” the mother said of people who use child sex dolls. “They should be fined – and these websites need to be shut down.”

Terri also contacted the Child Rescue Coalition for help. Members of the Boca Raton-based organization are trying to pass a federal law forbidding the sale and purchase of child sex dolls.

Elizabeth Smart took notice of the incident. She is a child sex abuse survivor and advocate. Smart took to her Instagram account to deliver a message encouraging viewers to sign the petition banning the sale and purchase of child sex dolls.

Source: www.dailymail.co.uk