Katie Price called out after allowing her 8-year-old join TikTok
Children need to be at least 13 to join TikTok.
Katie Price has been called out after allowing her 8-year-old daughter join TikTok. She has also allowed Bunny to launch a YouTube career.
Children under the age of 13 are not allowed to use TikTok. They can't comment or post videos, but Katie has allowed her daughter to create her own page despite the rules.
According to Common Sense Media, users aged between 13 and 15 are private by default. Numerous functions on TikTok are not accessible to children in this age bracket.
Only their friends can comment on their content and there is also a time limit in place for users under 18.
Parents have called Katie Price out for letting her young daughter on both TikTok and YouTube.
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One said her daughter is far too young to be online.
Another said she is exposing her daughter to danger by letting her online.
"They are both under 13, which violates the social media policy"
The model was previously called out for featuring her younger children on TikTok. Katie was even reported after posting footage of her daughter Bunny and son Jett.
A source previously told The Sun, "Katie has been reported for putting Bunny and Jett on TikTok. They are both under 13, which violates the social media policy. Worried fans got in touch and she's now been banned."
The backlash comes after Price was called out for encouraging her daughter to join OnlyFans.
Last month, Price posted a Q&A session on her Instagram. She was talking to her 8-year-old daughter about her career when the youngster told her mum she wants to be famous.
Bunny said, "I want to be like you and do OnlyFans, a photo shoot."
Many people said Bunny is too young to know what OnlyFans is.
One wrote, "Sad that she even knows what that is!!!8-year-olds should want to grow up to be vets or footballers or astronauts, etc."
Another said, "There’s nothing wrong with only fans if that’s what a person wants to do I guess but at 8 years of age I don’t think she should know what it is. And surely you would want more for your child."