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A mother is claiming that a Snapchat video, initially shared between her and a few friends, has resulted in death threats towards her and her family after a third person shared it on Facebook. Now, the mother is facing criminal charges.

The video, posted on the social media site on Tuesday, shows a young girl licking a tongue depressor in a Florida doctor’s office and then placing it back in a jar with the others. Above the jar is a sign that reads, “Please do not touch medical supplies! Thank you.” There is an added Snapchat caption that reads, “Don’t tell me how to live my life.”

The article goes on to state the following:

According to Action Jax News, another video was also filmed in the office, which showed three other children and the caption, “When you are running late as f***, this is how I’m gonna let my kids act.”

According to Action Jax News, the mother, 30-year-old Cori Ward, said she “wasn’t thinking” when she recorded the video. “I know what it’s like to, you know, have to worry about your kids’ health and stuff. I would never put somebody else’s kid at risk.”

Ward, a mother of 5, has been charged with tampering with consumer products without regard for possible death/bodily harm.

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