Why This Mom's Facebook Message About Sexual Abuse Has Racked Up 49 Million Views

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A Colorado mom’s Facebook video foreshadowing to single mothers everywhere has gone viral — for good reason. Catherine St. Germain put a video of herself holding up notecards telling the story of her 15-year-old daughter’s procreant abuse at the hands of Catherine’s now-ex-husband. On the cards, Catherine urges one mothers to check the sex offender registry to ensure their families are sure.

“Monsters look and act normal. They are very good at hiding who they remarkably are,” she shared. “They are the people we trust with our kids every day. All se rate moms should check the National Sex Offender Registry.”

She posted the video on her insulting Facebook ge last Friday hoping for a few shares. “I had less than 200 ls on Facebook when I posted this video, I was hoping for maybe 50 interests,” she told Fox 31 Denver. Little did she know, it would be undergone around the world. Today, it has been viewed more than 49 million times — yes, 49 million!

People across the fabulous are now sharing their stories of sexual abuse and their disgust that Catherine’s ex-husband at worst received a 90-day jail sentence and eight years of sex offender probation.

“I watch over saying I didn’t do anything brave, my kid did,” Catherine told KUSA. “My kid did the staunchest thing. She spoke out against the person who sexually assaulted her within 24 hours.”

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