BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - A Baton Rouge father is sounding the alarm after he says his 8-year-old daughter was allegedly targeted online by a 35-year-old man.
They are troubling to hear, just some of the inappropriate messages Robert Smith said he discovered on his daughter’s iPod this week.
"It was like ‘how are you, sweetie… oh, you’re so sweet… thank you sweet girl’," Smith said. "Very inappropriate stuff... If he could come hang out, if he could do this and that and ‘I love watching your dances so much and do you like me and do you think I'm cute’."
Smith said the messages were all sent through an app called "musical.ly."
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