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Mom is furious to learn her ex-husband shared a selfie with their son on his dating profile

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Mom is furious to learn that her ex has posted a selfie with their five-year-old son on his new dating profile to court women – so whose side are you on?

  • An Australian mother has criticized her ex for posting a photo of their son online
  • Her ex-husband Jeremy uses the photo on his dating profile to score dates
  • He insists it’s only there to show that their son Nathan is a priority in his life
  • But his ex-wife can’t help it until he meets a match

An Australian mother has criticized her ex-husband for including their young son in his dating profile, but insists his reasons for doing so were genuine.

The anonymous woman who shared her story with children’s spotwas with her husband Jeremy* for seven years before they split up, leaving their five-year-old son Nathan* to be shared between households.

While there was initially tension after the breakup three years ago, they eventually worked through their issues to work together efficiently.

But that changed when she learned about Jeremy’s dating profiles that featured a prominent photo of their son.

“I can’t begin to say how absolutely shocked I was to find out that our son’s statue was being used for this purpose. I was neither asked nor told, instead a mutual friend brought it to my attention, which made the whole thing worse. It felt deliberately deceiving,” she told the publication.

But that changed when she learned about Jeremy’s dating profiles that featured a prominent photo of their son (stock image)

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The mother works in an e-safety capacity and is very aware of what can happen when photos of young children are posted on the internet, so the family had a strict policy around taking and sharing photos.

“I know that these images, even if they are put out with the best of intentions, are not always used with the best of intentions by other people. That’s why I’ve always insisted on two rules: no public photos of our son being shared online and that we should ask his permission to share any image he appears on. I think consent is critical even at a young age.

“So when I found out that Jeremy had used Nathan’s photo on at least three public dating profiles, I was already mad, when I asked Nathan about the photo and if he knew his father had put it online, he told me he did. hadn’t done. .’

She called Jeremy and asked to speak to him personally about the problem this was causing, but what started out as civilized conversation quickly fell into chaos.

She called Jeremy and asked to speak to him personally about the problem this was causing, but what started as a civil conversation quickly turned into chaos.

She called Jeremy and asked to speak to him personally about the problem this was causing, but what started as a civil conversation quickly turned into chaos.

While the mom pointed out that her ex was using their son to score dates, Jeremy reiterated that he only posted the photo there so potential dates knew he had a young son he prioritized.

He confirmed that numerous other online profiles, including pictures of children, and he disagreed with the policy of not sharing that they had created while they were together.

The mom acknowledged she couldn’t do much but wait for Jeremy to score a date — or a partner — and took it off of her own accord.

* Names have changed

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