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Mom sells daughter's Katy Perry tickets on Facebook to teach her a lesson

Cindy Bjerke said her daughter "doesn't deserve these tickets."
By Evan Bleier Follow @itishowitis Contact the Author   |   Aug. 1, 2014 at 11:24 AM
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FARGO , N.D., Aug. 1 (UPI) -- A North Dakota mother was so upset with her daughter's poor behavior that she went on Facebook to get rid of her concert tickets.

Cindy Bjerke posted her 18-year-old daughter's Katy Perry tickets on the Fargo Moorhead Online Garage Sale Facebook page to teach her a lesson.

Bjerke called the girl a "spoiled brat" who "doesn't deserve these tickets."

The Perry concert is scheduled for August 23.

"I was not going to give her these tickets. I was not going to let her go to the concert with the behavior she's been doing," Bjerke told WDAZ.

The tickets were worth $110, but Bjerke undersold them for $90.

Some people were critical of Bjerke's very public parenting style, but she is sticking by her decision to use social media as a teaching vessel.

"I think a lot of parents are like me and feel they are being bullied over how they should parent their own children," she said.

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