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Mom claims her daughter’s image was stolen for a child sex doll sold on Amazon

The doll was on sale for nearly $600 before Amazon took down the listing.


Alexandra Samuels


Posted on Sep 5, 2020

A Florida mom is fighting back after learning her daughter’s image was allegedly stolen and made into a sex doll sold on Amazon and various adult websites. 

The mom, identified as only Terri, was made aware of the advertisement in August. The child sex doll—which had been on sale for $559 on Amazon—resembled Terri’s 8-year-old daughter, Kat. 

“I knew it right away,” Terri told NBC Miami, after being alerted of the posting by a friend. “I saw her and zoomed in on her face and her hair. I was just, I couldn’t believe it.”

Amazon removed the doll, according to Daily Mail; previously it was listed as a “high quality sexy dolly live dolls for men.” Daily Mail also reports a disturbing amount of customer reviews for the product.

Terri’s daughter is a child model and pageant contestant. She frequently posts photos of Kat in a Facebook group, where she shares her modeling work. 

According to Daily Mail, Terri thinks the doll was modeled after a photo she posted of Kat. In the photo, Kat is sitting on a couch with her legs crossed holding a stuffed animal. The advertised doll had on a similar outfit and hairstyle to Kat; it was also posing the same way. 

“I can’t sleep sometimes because that’s all I can think about, men who have sex with those dolls, and I can’t get them back. I just want to burn them,” Terri told NBC. 

Terri has since paired up with the Child Rescue Coalition. The group is lobbying for a federal law banning the sale and purchasing of child sex dolls.

“I never imagined that I would be in this fight to get sex dolls off the internet,” she said. “I knew I had to turn this negative into something more positive and make the best situation out of a nightmare.”

Kentucky and Tennessee have both banned child sex dolls. The CRC has started an online petition to make them illegal in the United States. 

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*First Published: Sep 5, 2020, 11:01 am CDT