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What Motivates Your Kids?

Chad and Joey Mudd of Largo, Fla., provided incentives for their 13- and 14-year-old daughters to go to school and do their chores — until they were arrested for the incentive. “If the children were going to school, doing household chores and such,” explained a Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman, “that was the incentive to smoking marijuana” with the mother. According to an affadavit, Joey, 34, smoked pot with her daughters five times and Chad, 36, snorted cocaine with the girls and one of their boyfriends. Chad was charged with six counts of child abuse and one count of possession of cocaine, while Joey was charged with two counts of child abuse. According to arrest records, Joey works at a pediatrician’s office. (MS/WFLA Tampa) ...So obviously she knows what’s best for her daughters’ well-being.
Original Publication Date: 31 May 2015
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