Do You Worry About Your Kids Falling Into the Wrong Crowd? | Loose Women

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The mother of a 15-year-old girl who admitted to mugging opera star Katherine Jenkins, today revealed that she watched her ‘super bright grade A’ daughter gradually fall in with the wrong friends. Inspired by this story the panel discuss how they would react if their children befriended troublesome teenagers, with one Loose Woman sharing her own experience of falling into the wrong crowd herself.
From series 24, broadcast on 08/01/20

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