We've all had our fair share of babysitting horror stories, but this one takes the cake! 🍰 A 17-year-old girl, who we'll call 'Sitter Supreme', found herself in a sticky situation when a neighbor, 'Jane', demanded to check her phone after a babysitting gig. Jane's reasoning? She wanted to ensure no photos of her house or kids were taken, and nothing 'rude' was viewed. But when Sitter Supreme stood her ground, things got heated. Let's dive into this tale of privacy, trust, and spaghetti with toddlers! 🍝👶
An Unexpected Babysitting Gig 🍼
A Glowing Recommendation ✨
The Babysitting Begins 🎬
All in a Day's Work 🧹
A Shocking Demand 😮
Standing Her Ground 💪
Backup Arrives 🚗
A Bitter End 🚪
The Aftermath 🌪️
Public Opinion Swings 📣
The Final Verdict 🏛️
Babysitter vs. Parent: A Battle for Privacy 🛡️
So, here's the scoop: Sitter Supreme, a 17-year-old babysitter, was faced with an unexpected demand from Jane, the mother of the kids she was babysitting. Jane insisted on checking Sitter Supreme's phone before paying her, claiming it was her right as a parent. When Sitter Supreme refused, Jane paid her but vowed never to hire her again and even badmouthed her on a neighborhood Facebook page. The community was divided, with many siding with Jane, saying it was her right to ensure her children's safety. Now, Sitter Supreme is left wondering if she did something wrong. Let's see what the internet thinks of this situation... 🕵️♀️
NTA: Babysitter's privacy invaded, mom should have stated phone rule 🙅
🔍 Privacy invasion showdown: Is Jane the a**hole? NTA.
Clear rules were not stated, causing a money dispute. 🤔
Teen babysitter defends privacy invasion: NTA, but mom disagrees 🤔
"NTA. This woman is nuts. She should have told you this rule before you arrived to babysit, at which point you could decide if you wanted to babysit or not. It's one thing to tell you beforehand not to take any photos of her kids or her home and to not make any social media posts about her home or kids--but wanting to check your apps is crazy. And its even crazier to think its okay to make demands at the end of the night or withhold your payment. Good for your mom! She's a superhero." - Unprofessional and dangerous. 🙅♀️
Teen babysitter's privacy violated by Jane. NTA. Legal implications explained.
"NTA. Paranoia and contempt for service workers make Jane TA."
Hilarious comment and replies about a wild revenge suggestion! 😂
Jane's control freak behavior sparks privacy invasion showdown. 🤔
Paranoid AF mother vs. NTA babysitter: Privacy invasion showdown! 🤔
NTA. Privacy invasion policy backfires, leading to social media drama. 😳
Mom defends teen babysitter against privacy invasion. 🙌
NTA. Jane's Facebook drama over a haircut misunderstanding 🙄
NTA: Babysitter confronts privacy invasion on Facebook with epic clapback! 😎
Creepy invasion of privacy? Not the a**hole, says commenter. 🤔
Babysitter unaware of privacy rule, regrets accepting the job 😬
NTA. Communication is key in setting expectations and boundaries. 👍
"NTA. Privacy invasion is not cool. Leave it be. 🙌"
Mom vs Babysitter: Privacy Invasion Drama Unleashed! Who's Right? 🤔
NTA Jane overstepping boundaries. Talk to Kate to resolve the issue.
Unreasonable demand leads to babysitter's showdown. Who's the a**hole?
Babysitter's privacy invasion rule causes controversy. NTA for not knowing.
Privacy invasion showdown: NTA, she's a *stranger*! 😱
🔒 Babysitter accused of invasion of privacy, but she's innocent.
NTA. Jane's 'master plan' of checking phones is ineffective. 🤔
NTA Jane belongs on r/entitledparents 😂