Mother’s furious Twitter rant after son, 11, spends over $100 on the Kim Kardashian app

'Cursing the Kardashians': Furious mum warns parents about the 'evil' Kim Kardashian app after her 11-year-old son 'accidentally' spends over $100 playing the free game

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by Kayleigh Dray |
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Mother Ayelet Waldman and her husband Michael Chabon are extremely unhappy parents - and they hold Kim Kardashian to blame.

The reality star looks set to make $200 million from her new venture Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, a downloadable app which allows users to 'play the game' of fame.

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And, according to Ayelet, $120 of that $200 million is rightfully hers.

Yes, the furious mum has taken to Twitter to reveal that her 11-year-old son has been robbed of $120 by the cartoon game - and she is desperate for parents everywhere to stop funding those "vile scumbag Kardashian pigs".

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The first Twitter post read: "Evil, vile Kardashian Hollywood tricked my 11 yr old into spending $120 in 2 days. He's crying hysterically. Pox on those f**kers."

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Via Twitter

And the rant got steadily more incensed from there, with the mother absolutely beside herself over the fact that the game had managed to 'bypass' her purchase controls.

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Via Twitter
Via Twitter
Via Twitter

She added: "Kardashian App designed to prey on children. Our kids are out $120 bucks in 2 days w/o realizing."

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Despite her meltdown, many have pointed pout that there are three very clear stages when it comes to purchasing more 'koins' in the Kardashian game - something which the angry mother has failed to mention.

You firstly have to select your purchase, log into your iTunes account via a secure Apple ID password, and then confirm your purchase.

Whoever is at fault - the weeping child, the game designers or the parents - Apple have thankfully refunded the money spent and the account has since been deleted.

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