Teenagers lie, and parents worry. Those are two facts of life that are essentially undeniable, and have been causing household tiffs and screaming matches for centuries now. The breaking point typically comes toward the end of high school, when sons and daughters begin to rely on the same classic argument against their parents strict rules: "You have to learn to trust me now that I'm basically an adult."
Unfortunately for teens, this is usually met with a "my house, my rules" sort of argument, which is hard to retaliate against, seeing as their parents likely are still paying for your food and shelter. And so the lack of trust continues, with parents keeping tabs on their children's whereabouts nearly 24/7. Unfortunately for the modern teenager, technology has only aided this endeavour, making it easier than ever for parents to track their children's whereabouts.
Kaelyn Demmon, an 18-year-old from Huron, Ohio, has had to learn this the hard way... many, many times. Kaelyn's mom, Heather Steinkopf, has been using the same tactic to keep tabs on her daughter for years now, and apparently it has gotten her caught in multiple lies in the past.
But this one time, Steinkopf decided to take it even further, making her daughter go to extreme lengths to prove she wasn't lying. Mothers and teens alike, beware, because this is about to be relatable as hell.