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Photos: Father Disgraces 10-Year-Old, 5ft 9′ Girl Dating Older Men On Facebook & Lying About Age

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Oct 29, 2014 – Pictures: Father Disgraces 10-Year-Old, 5 Foot 9inches Girl Dating Older Men On Facebook & Lying About Age

5th Grader, Janiya Jones Dating Older Men She Met On Facebook Without Parents Permission Forced To Wear Age Defining Tshirt.

Kevin Jones, the father of the girl pictured above is devastated.

Janiya Jones, a  10-year-old girl in 5th grade with an amazing height of 5’9  was said to have been lying about her age and dating older men she met on Facebook and other social media without her parents’ permission.

As a form of discipline, she was forced to wear an age-defining tshirt that reads,  “I am 10 years old” and “5th Grader” to school.

Her father then shared the uncensored photos on Facebook.

Mr Kevin Jones captioned the photos, Since my beautiful daughter Janiya wants to be grown & lie about her age. Saying she is 14,15,16, & 18 years old. She claims to be in love and going out with a boyfriend, which is completely against my rules!!! I uncovered that she has been doing this for quite some time. She also has snuck and obtained social media accounts, also against my rules!!! Here are the consequences for her actions. An age defining tshirt. Yes people she is 5’9 & 10 years old. #BuddiesBarrettesBallBalls

How did a 10-year-old get 247 permission to use the internet???

Do you agree to the bizarre form of discipline given to Janiya by her father?



  1. Bilal Nnaji

    October 29, 2014 at 4:04 AM

    We need to ask the father or mother
    how many time are they spending with this girl duing the week
    Our problem as paretns is that we often get carried away and spend less time with our kids

    • ct

      October 29, 2014 at 6:26 PM

      True, but kids, if they are really interested in doing things they know they are not supposed to they will find a way, and put on that facade in front of their parents that they are doing the right thing. Kids today are exposed to entirely too much.

  2. Akuwax in Mongu, Zambia.

    October 29, 2014 at 4:49 AM

    This is really embarrassing for such a toddler to engage herself in romance affairs. well parents are to blame for less time spent with her.

  3. Akuwax in Mongu, Zambia.

    October 29, 2014 at 5:22 AM


  4. Metu Nyetu

    October 29, 2014 at 8:40 AM

    D man’s decision is not bad, albeit it may not really serv d end. Ppl may not evn hav tym 2 read wat is written on her T-shirt. Those who eventually do may nt beliv, or evn undastnd it. U knw wat they say, “Neva mind wat is pasted on a car & jst enta d car.” I’m afraid dis Igbo saying may apply here. Bt wat oda choice doz d man hav, especially as their coun3 is where u dnt beat children?
    If na me, o boy, na flogging I go take begin o!
    Naijagist, pls make sure dat Senator Yerima doz nt get dis child’s contact!

  5. Nkemdilim

    October 29, 2014 at 8:40 AM

    The father did not help the matter either, rather he made it worst by exposing her. He has worsened her situation, she will just say wat else am I hiding, afterall the whole world have known me as a bad girl so everybody can go to hell. Parents shld learn hw well to manage dis type of issue.

  6. good 4 u

    October 29, 2014 at 11:50 AM

    hw can a girl of this age behave D parent what are they doing indoor .charity beg…..g at home

  7. sarafadeen

    October 29, 2014 at 12:01 PM

    kind of things,Parent must try to gave her a gud hom trainn

  8. nkiru

    October 29, 2014 at 3:13 PM

    @Metu is true sometimes our parents do some shit in d name of discipline! there ar many ways to kill a rat. let him tthat she will nt do something worst.

  9. eguntola opeyemi

    October 29, 2014 at 7:19 PM

    what a child will be, he shall be

  10. Shay-Girl

    October 30, 2014 at 8:56 AM

    @ Bilal annd Akuwax, u may b right. Cos most times d fault comes from d parents who couldnt monitor their children’s way of life before getting to a crucial stage and at d long run still go ahead to be more than strict wit them…. Most times, such treatments dont work for children exposed to this stage. I believe more of educating them will do

  11. Xtercy

    October 30, 2014 at 4:12 PM

    I blame the parent here for giving her access to the internet at her age. She should be watched carefully and she should also be denied access to internet

  12. Morgan wilson

    May 16, 2015 at 11:49 AM

    Well she still looks little girlish in the face, she doesn’t look 14 to me tough maybey 12 or 13.

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