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“Evil Stepmom” Asks How to Get Rid Of Her Step Kid Before Her Baby Is Born

One would hope that in the year 2020, evil step-mothers would have ceased to exist. The fairy tale era is over. Actually, evil has no era and it’s apparently alive and well in mixed families everywhere.

This story about an evil stepmom was shared by the Daily Mail, who reports it came from Instagram life coach @talkswithmee and then got shared on Facebook page CNTRL+ALT+DLT that Relationship.

The letter has gotten around, so I hope that means the father in this story has seen it and ended his relationship with the woman who wrote it.

“I need some advice from the mommies on your page,” the letter begins. “My fiancé has a 4-year-old daughter, her mother passed away when she was born. He’s been raising her on his own ever since he lost his wife. I am now in the picture and we are set to get married in 2022. I’m also 7 months pregnant with a precious little girl.”

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It gets worse and worse:

“I am not the stepmother type and I know I won’t treat his daughter the same way I will treat our child, to be quiet [sic] honest she gets on my damn nerves. For one, the lil girl looks just like her mother and having her around constantly reminds my fiancé of his dead wife, second, she is very attached to her daddy and I’m afraid this is going to take away from my child’s bond with her father.

I basically want to tell my fiancé to get rid of her, she can live with her grandparents or we can find her a nice family that’s looking to adopt a child. I don’t know how to approach the situation but I need to find a way to convince my fiancé to let her go. I promise I am not a bad person, I’m just trying to look out for my child and make sure she receives all of her daddy’s attention without having her ‘older sister’ intervene. Please help!”

Lady, you are absolutely a bad person. No question. no doubt. No justification.

When horrible stuff like this circulates on the Internet, I always hope it’s fake, but even if it is, there are people out there who think about others this way. On the bright side, there’s at least a lot of people responding on Facebook who acknowledge how sick and wrong this woman is:

Again, I really hope she did talk to the dad about this and he realized who he was getting involved with before it’s too late. Then threw a bucket of water on her so she melted like the wicked witch she is.

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