Anorak | Judge orders mother to cut daughter’s hair in court

Judge orders mother to cut daughter’s hair in court

by | 25th, June 2012

TO Utah, where District Juvenile Judge Scott Johansen tells Valerie Bruno that she can cut off 13-year-old daughter Kaytlen Lopan’s ponytaol “right now” with official scissors or justice and reduce the teenager’s sentence.

Kaytlen Lopan had cut off a three-year-old’s hair at a McDonald’s. She and an 11-year-old accomplice bought scissors for the job. Kaytlen has issues. The judge merely has an offer: mum cuts Kaytlen’s hair or else Kaytlen spends an extra 150 hours in detention.

Bruno should be delighted. But she says:

“She definitely needed to be punished for what had happened. But I never dreamt it would be that much of a punishment.”

A haircut is punishment for attacking a three-year-old in public?

The toddler’s mother, Mindy Moss, was asked if Bruno had cut enough off? “ No,” said Moss. My daughter’s hair that had never been

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