A stepmother has been dubbed “evil” after revealing she wants to force her fiancé, who is a single dad, to get rid of his young daughter.
The shocking story came to light after an anonymous woman spoke to Instagram user @talkswithmee and entrusted the life coach that she doesn’t want her step-daughter in her life.
According to the unnamed woman, she’s 7 months pregnant and set to marry her partner, who has one daughter from his previous relationship, in 2022.
As the evil stepmom, who was compared to the stepmother in Cinderella, explained, she hates the fact that her fiancé’s 4-year-old daughter has a strong bond with her daddy and fears she might outshine her future baby.
“My fiancé has a four-year-old daughter, her mother passed away when she was born. He’s been raising her on his own since he lost his wife,” the stepmom explained.
“I am now in the picture and we are set to get married in 2022. I’m also seven months pregnant with a precious little girl. I am not the stepmother type and I know I won’t treat his daughter the same way I will treat our child, to be quite honest, she gets on my damn nerves. For one, the lil girl looks just like her mother and having her around constantly reminds my fiancé of his dead wife.”
The stepmom added: “Second, she is very attached to her daddy and I’m afraid this is going to take away from my child’s bond with her father. I basically want to tell my fiancé to get rid of her, she can live with her grandparents or we can find her a nice family that’s looking to adopt a child.”
Concluding her speech, the stepmother insisted she isn’t a bad person because she’s “just trying to look out” for her child by not letting the girl who lost her mother “intervene.”
After the shocking announcement, the stepmom’s story also appeared on a Facebook page called CNTRL+ALT+DEL That Relationship! where people slammed the woman and called her “evil” and “gross.”
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