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A teenager who claims to be her mother, and took her electronics away, apparently having to resort to what may be the last possible place for you to shout from the refrigerator.
The fate of the 15-year-old Twitter user, “”golden girls” fell earlier this month after she kept tweeting about how her mother did it to take the gadgets away from her, so they won’t be able to tweet.
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The bill, which seems to be a Ariana Grande fan page, posted a tweet on Aug. 4 which reads as follows: “im leaving for good. my mom took away my phone. ill miss u all sm. im crying. nice to meet you.”
Twitter, which lets you see where users’ tweets are sent out, it turned out that the teen’s tweet was sent out from the Nintendo 3DS.
However, later that day, Dorothy’s mother, ostensibly to see her daughter, it was the tweet of the gaming device and announced it on her Twitter account, “it will now be shut down.”
In spite of her mother’s guidance, the teen didn’t give up. On Aug. 5, she tweeted, from her top — would like to thank everybody for their support in her quest to long, no matter what the result. In a follow-up tweet from her top, ” she said, her mother was at work, and they’re going to have to try to find her phone.
However, on Aug. 8, in Dorothy’s perilous situation took another turn for the worse. Even without its electronics, the teenager resorted to tweeting to her intelligent refrigerator.
“I don’t know if this is the tweet I have in my fridge, what the heck, my Mom confiscated all of my electronics back,” she said.
LG Electronics, the company behind the smart fridge, and caught wind of the Order’s problems, and tweeted “#FreeDorothy.” The main Twitter account tweeted, also writing on the back as a symbol.”
The teenager told the Guardian in a message that was sent by her cousin, the iPad, and that her mother took her electronics away, “so I would have to pay more attention to my surroundings.”
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“I just felt really offended! I was afraid of, because I’ve been bored all summer, and on Twitter all the time for me.”
It was not clear if the “Order” would not be allowed back on social media. In response to the Guardian asking how long she would be under house arrest, Dorothy said, “I may be too late to reply to you, because it’s hard to find anything to use Twitter.”