Katie Price has suffered the wrath of her ex-husband, Kieran Hayler, as he hit out at her "dangerous parenting move".
Former glamour model Katie recently allowed the pair's nine-year old daughter, Bunny, to rejoin TikTok. The youngster had previously been banned by the platform for breaching the its strict age rules.
However, as 45-year old Katie treated her followers to a live broadcast on Tuesday evening (November 14) as she cooked dinner, Bunny could be seen filming content for her own account in the background – seemingly against the rules once more. TikTok states that users must be 13 to use the app, and 18 to "go live".
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After balancing her iPad on the kitchen counter, Bunny told her older brother, Jett: "Move! You're in my TikTok!" Jet replied: "You're in mum's TikTok…"
No, you're in mine," Bunny argued back. It prompted Kieran to tell to the Sun: "Social media sites are a dangerous place for young, vulnerable children. Katie often refers to her kidnapping threats and fears for the children's safety yet allows her children to chat with complete strangers on these sites – TikTok and YouTube. Where is the parental protection and safe guarding?"
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A source later told the same publication: "Kieran is tired of having to constantly police the children's safety when their mother exercises no boundaries or control, every other parent manages it – why cant she?"
In its guidelines, TikTok says: "We are deeply committed to ensuring that TikTok is a safe and positive experience for people under the age of 18 (we refer to them as 'youth' or 'young people'). This starts by being old enough to use TikTok. You must be 13 years and older to have an account. There are additional age limitations based on local law in some regions.
"Youth safety is our priority. We do not allow content that may put young people at risk of exploitation, or psychological, physical, or developmental harm. This includes child sexual abuse material (CSAM), youth abuse, bullying, dangerous activities and challenges, exposure to overtly mature themes, and consumption of alcohol, tobacco, drugs, or regulated substances.
"If we become aware of youth exploitation on our platform, we will ban the account, as well as any other accounts belonging to the person."
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It follows a similar incident last month that saw Kieran complain that Katie shouldn't allow Bunny to wear "dangerous" acrylic nails. "There is absolutely nothing wrong with girls playing make-up and nails – using nail polish for special occasions – but this I don't agree with," he said. "The warnings are there and should be followed – she could easily catch and rip a nail off."
Acrylic nails, also known as artificial nails, fake nails, false nails and nail extensions, have come under fire in recent time from health experts. It's been reported that hospitals have seen a deluge of cases involving kids who have suffered painful nailbed injuries.
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