Vile mum who laughed at baby being forced to vape says it was a ‘silly joke’

The mother who sparked outrage after she laughed at her baby being given a vape has spoken out saying she "regrets" the incident and didn't know she was filmed.

The woman, from Kempsey in New South Wales of Australia, sparked outrage online after her sister jokingly asked the 11-month-old if he "wants to smoke" before sticking the e-cigarette device into his mouth.

The footage, which was posted on Facebook, shows the baby's aunt asking: "Want to try?" while holding up the vape as members of the family sat at the back in the house.

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She then placed the vape into the baby boy's mouth until he coughs and breathes out smoke. The baby's mother can be heard laughing as she watched on.

Now, the mum has said she "regrets" what happened and also claims she didn't know it was being filmed at the time.

She told The Daily Telegraph: "I wish I didn’t do it, but I never meant to hurt him. I would never hurt him."

Reports also quoted her calling the incident a "silly joke."

Her latest response follows her previous foul-mouthed rant on social media after the clip was shared with New South Wales Police, who went to check on the child.

The baby's mother defended her actions in a Facebook rant, saying: "Every c**t got the hide to sit there and talk about me and my child, take a look in your own back yard. You ain't perfect either, so keep that mouth going, you ain't scary, you are nothing but bums.

"Any motherf***er got anything to say to me from now on, come s** me out, you know where I live. I'll be sure happy to sort the c**t out!"

NSW Police did not press charges after the welfare check as they confirmed in a statement: “Police have now spoken with the child’s family and – following advice provided by medical professionals and other governmental agencies – no further police action will be taken."


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