A stepmother who abuses an 8-year-old girl often shows off her luxurious life and talks about morality

The case of an 8-year-old child in Ho Chi Minh City being abused by his stepmother Vo Nguyen Quynh Trang (born 1995, from Gia Lai, residing in Binh Thanh district) led to his tragic death, causing public outrage in recent days.

It was even more painful when at the crime scene, the police recorded many heartbreaking images such as: a broken mop with a bunch of baby’s hair stuck on it. There is also a long list of a series of daily tasks an 8-year-old child must do such as: vacuuming, taking out the trash, mopping the house, cleaning the Buddha altar, cleaning tables and chairs, cleaning the desk, washing clothes, drying clothes. , packing…

Working with the police, Trang declared that while tutoring her husband’s stepchild online, she ordered a rattan whip online. When the whip broke, she used a cane. mop the house to beat the baby.

After the incident, netizens quickly found the Facebook account believed to belong to the child’s stepmother.

What made public opinion angry was that it was wrong. In contrast to the cruel “violent” actions in real life on social networks, Vo Nguyen Quynh Trang is portrayed as a “moral” person who often shows off her luxurious life and loves her husband’s children.</p >

On the personal page that is said to be the stepmother’s, she often shows off her luxurious life and expensive furniture. (Screenshot).

In the biography description on her personal page, Trang shares a quote in English: “I am not trying to give an image of a fairytale perfect everything else I am just being myself” (Temporary translation). : I don’t want to try to build the image of a fairy, I just want to be myself).

Even in a post attributed to Trang in this group looking for someone to be a stepmother, it can expressed concern that “the husband’s stepchild may be abused by the maid”.

“The family was alone with 2 adults and a 7-year-old child who went to school and only came home at night to take care of them. “She (the maid – reporter) often bullied and cursed” Trang wrote and commented: “Before, my house did not have a camera installed, I wonder if my child was beaten when he was a child.”

Most recently during Christmas, Trang appeared with a “happy moment” with her husband and stepchild when the three of them decorated the tree in the house together.

Right after the post Written along with Trang’s comments, many people expressed outrage that this stepmother lives too “fakely” and only pretends to love her husband’s stepchild on social networks while acting in real life. The reality is very different.

Some people also commented that if they only followed the stepmother’s life on Facebook, they would not believe that Trang could treat her husband’s stepson so cruelly. so.

“She builds her image too perfectly on social networks”; “This is the consequence of a virtual lifestyle of always having illusions about yourself. I always want myself to be sparkling and fanciful online, but in real life it’s the opposite”…

In reality, the stories about hypocritical “virtual living” on social networks are not true. is new. For a long time, many experts have also commented on this living trend. There are cases where virtual living brings joy, such as ugly appearance and lack of confidence in using technology to make yourself more beautiful in real life. social networks.

When they are more beautiful and sparkling, they will feel more confident and have joy in life. On the contrary, living too much virtual life will also lead to many consequences.

Share with Dan Tri Reporter Dr. Khuat Thu Hong, Director of the Institute for Social Development Research, said that it is not strange that many people live hypocritical lives focusing on building a perfect, shiny image online but not caring about moral self-improvement in real life.

“Many people’s lives are currently divided in two more virtual. This is a reality of modern life. This also reflects that our cultural education is chasing after shiny things that favor external appearances, but the inner moral values ​​that are more important are given little attention,” Ms. Hong said.

Relatives held a memorial service for child A. on the evening of December 27 (Photo: A.X.).

Share your feelings when Reading the information about an 8-year-old child who was abused to death in Ho Chi Minh City, this expert repeatedly used the unimaginable word “heartbreaking”.

“This is a terrible incident and I very heartbroken and stunned. I cannot imagine the pain that the child must endure when being abused for such a long period of time.

I also cannot explain why the stepmother could be so cruel. Thus, this is not the treatment that a woman can give to a child even though that child is not related by blood to her. Whatever the cause, this act is so cruel and cruel that it surpasses the imagination of ordinary people,” Ms. Hong was upset.

This expert also said that the story was heartbreaking. This is a great lesson about parenting responsibilities for children, especially children who suffer when their parents separate.

Dr. Khuat Thu Hong recommends that the agency Authorities need to strictly handle the case to prevent similar stories from happening. In addition, it is necessary to improve the legal framework to promptly detect and protect children in similar cases of violence.< /p>

“People are willing to express their anger and sadness online about the child’s tragic death with emoticon comments, but in real life they may be “indifferent” and not dare to speak up. when witnessing stories of violence.

The fast-paced modern urban lifestyle culture makes many people less interested in each other’s lives. They are afraid of trouble, so they avoid intervention.</p >

Domestic violence is still not considered a social responsibility. Speaking up to protect a violent child must be considered the responsibility of each individual. This is an opportunity for people to change their thinking and reconsider, especially policymakers must create a legal corridor for timely intervention.

A child is not just a child of a family but As well as being a member of the social community, everyone has the responsibility to protect,” Ms. Hong affirmed.