Mum turns bullying daughter's room into 'juvenile detention centre' and makes her wear same clothes for a WEEK

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Amanda Mitchell, from Newfoundland in Canada, made her daughter write lines and stripped the room of everything except bed and a set of clothes ▶ Full story on mirror.co.uk
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