Katy Perry performs in concert at Bridgestone Arena on Friday, June 27, 2014, in Nashville Tenn. (Photo by Wade Payne/Invision/AP)
Katy Perry performs in concert at Bridgestone Arena on Friday, June 27, 2014, in Nashville Tenn. (Photo by Wade Payne/Invision/AP)
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Someone should have thought twice before acting like a “spoiled brat.”

A mom in North Dakota, Cindy Bjerke, sold her daughter’s Katy Perry concert tickets on Facebook, because she was upset about her 18-year-old’s behavior, The Daily Mail reported.

The Facebook post, published on the Fargo Moorhead Online Garage Sale Facebook page, which is a private group, said:

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“Daughter is a spoiled brat and doesn’t deserve these tickets. For sale, 2 Katy Perry tickets for August 23rd in Fargo. Section 50, Row G, Seats 3&4. Paid $110, will take $90.”

The Facebook post quickly received 200 likes in a hour and the tickets sold within five minutes of the posting.

But, the post has since been deleted from the page, according to The Daily Mail, “on the grounds that it distracting from the purpose.”

According to interviews on WDAZ, some parents thought Bjerke was wrong in publicly talking about her daughter’s behavior on the Internet. They thought it should have been done privately.

“Most of it has been overwhelming support,” Bjerke told WDAZ. “And I think a lot of parents are like me where they feel like they’re being bullied on how they should parent their own children.”