A 12-year-old girl with a disability had her beloved sticker collection destroyed by her step-brother as punishment for not giving him her camera. The stepmother, who had been saving for the step-brother's summer camp, took back 80% of the money she contributed. The father disagrees with the decision, claiming that the punishment was too severe and will cause resentment. The stepmother is torn between trying to teach the stepson a lesson and not wanting to hurt their relationship. What do you think? Was she justified in taking back the money or did she go too far?
Stepson Destroys Disabled Daughter’s Sticker Collections, AITA For Taking Back Camp Money?
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Stepson destroys disabled daughter's sticker collection, mother seeks justice 🔥
Retribution for destroying disabled daughter's collection, AITA for taking action?
Stepson ruins disabled daughter's sticker collection, AITA for punishing him?
Heartbreaking! 🥺 Father seeks advice after stepson destroys daughter's collections.
👨👧👦 Stepson destroys disabled daughter's sticker collection, AITA? 👀
A father reached out to Reddit to ask if he was wrong for taking back the camp money he had saved for his stepson after he destroyed his disabled daughter's sticker collection as punishment for not giving him her camera. The daughter is 12 years old and is disabled, so she has limited interests and activities, but one thing she enjoys doing is collecting stickers. This helps her get rid of stress and anxiety. The father had saved 80% of the money for the summer camp, and his stepson had contributed 20%. After the incident, the father scolded his stepson and banned his friends from the house.
He also pulled back 80% of money he had paid towards his stepson's camp. However, the father's husband disagreed and said that he was overreacting and that he should take away his stepson's electronics for three days instead. The father refused, saying that his stepson had caused significant damage and had made his daughter lose valuable childhood collections of stickers. The daughter is devastated and still crying over her collections. Was the father wrong for taking back the camp money? Let's see what the Reddit community thinks in the comments below.
Stepson's extreme spitefulness raises red flags for potential violence. 🚨
Replace the collection with the camp money, and spend quality time.
Disturbing behavior, burning disabled sister's stickers, 🤯
Protect your daughter from abusive stepson. He needs consequences. 😠
Stepson sets disabled daughter's stickers on fire, NTA for withholding camp money 🔥🚫
Teaching consent and privileges through sticker collections 📰
16-year-old bullies disabled 12-year-old, NTA for punishment
Stepson destroyed daughter's collection, NTA for taking camp money back 💰
Stepson destroys disabled daughter's sticker collections, NTA for taking back camp money and questioning contribution discrepancy 💰
Teaching responsibility: 16-year-old destroys disabled sister's collection, facing summer consequences. 👍
Stepson destroys disabled daughter's collection, NTA for consequences.
Stepson's entitlement and lack of respect for boundaries, NTA
Protecting your daughter is not a-holish, it's necessary. 💪
Suggests therapy for stepson, NTA for taking away camp money 💰
Teaching consequences: NTA takes back camp money for destroyed collection 💪
Protect your daughter! 🛡️ Stay vigilant against their retaliation. NTA.
Stepson ruins disabled daughter's stickers, NTA for taking action 💔
Dad's gonna have to learn to be a responsible parent 🤷♂️
Stepson destroys disabled daughter's collection, NTA for taking back camp money 🤬
Definitely NTA! Stepson needs to learn some empathy 🤨
Standing up for a disabled child's destroyed sticker collection, 💪
Spread love, not hate 🌈 NTA uses camp money for daughter's stickers.
Get stepson out ASAP! NTA for protecting daughter's property and feelings.
Taking away electronics not enough for cruel stepson, NTA.
Can't wait for an update! 🤞🏼
Heartless theft and destruction of disabled child's possessions, NTA.
Teaching consequences, NTA for taking back camp money 💰
Heartbreaking! Justified punishment for vindictive stepson. 😢
Stepson destroys disabled daughter's stickers, NTA takes back camp money
Stepson gets what he deserves for destroying sister's collection 😠
Husband defends son's cruelty, wife refuses to back down 😡
Don't reward bad behavior 😒 NTA
Taking back camp money from stepson after destroying daughter's collection.
Stepson destroys disabled daughter's stickers, use camp money for her 🏕️
Commenter supports OP's actions against stepson's cruel behavior ❤️
Heartbreaking. NTA for taking back camp money 💔
Teaching consequences, NTA for taking back camp money 💰
Stepson destroys disabled daughter's sticker collection, NTA for taking back camp money. 💪
Heartless stepson vs. disabled daughter, no camp for him 🚫
16-year-old stepson's entitled behavior punished, NTA for taking action 😎
Stepson destroys disabled daughter's stickers, YTA for taking camp money?
Teaching a lesson 🤔👍 Make him earn it back 💰🔙
Recreating daughter's sticker collection: stepson's allowance pays for it 💰🔥
Stepson destroys disabled daughter's stickers, NTA for consequences.
Agreed! Punishment should fit the crime 🙌
Replace the stickers with camp money? NTA thinks so!
Heartbreaking account of the destruction of a disabled child's collection 💔
Reconsider marriage? 👀 NTA for standing up for daughter.
Parent seeks proportional punishment for stepson's destruction of daughter's property.
Stepson destroys disabled daughter's stickers, NTA takes action 💪
Stepson destroys disabled daughter's sticker collections, NTA for taking back camp money 💰
Husband prioritizes stepson over disabled daughter's possessions, NTA for taking action 😡
16-year-old destroys disabled daughter's stickers, NTA for taking action 👍
Stepson destroys disabled daughter's collection, OP takes camp money instead, NTA
Son destroys disabled sister's stickers, taking electronics not enough 🤨
No sympathy for stepson's tantrum, NTA. 🚫💻
Sibling rivalry at its finest, but NTA for taking action 🚨
Protecting your child's belongings is not being a bad guy 👏
Stepson's destructive behavior raises safety concerns for disabled daughter 🤔