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gallmanChavonda Gallman (pictured) is a prime example of a mama who does not play! According to The Smoking Gun, the Spartanburg, South Carolina, resident reportedly summoned the sheriff’s department after discovering her 15-year-old son viewing pornography on her living room television.

As detailed in the sheriff’s report, the teen boy was in his bedroom when his 40-year-old realtor mom arrived home on Tuesday afternoon with his two-year-old sister and a client in tow. When the toddler turned on the television, porn appeared on the screen. Gallman immediately hightailed to the TV and turned it off. She also quickly ushered the little girl out of the room, says The Smoking Gun.

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The irate mom summoned sheriff’s deputies because reportedly, her son had been misbehaving as of late, not listening, back-talking and even stealing. Gallman also allegedly wanted to officially document not only her son’s unmanageable behavior but the fact that her youngest child was exposed to illicit material.

The First Amendment covers pornography, so people can own it, view it, look at it and even make or publish it, though not all forms of it, however, are covered. Pornography loses its First Amendment protections, however, when it becomes obscene or it involves children.

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