"This is what my daughter looked like Sunday when I took her home and the other two pics is what happened today before she was brought to me… all over me having highlights put in her hair for her birthday!" the teen's mother posted on Facebook on Jan. 31.
Jennifer McVeight owns the Pear Tree Salon and had nothing to do with the girl's cut, but said, "Your hair is what really makes you feel good. If your hair looks good you feel good."
She believes the stylist that held the scissors is also at fault.
"What they did to that poor child, there's no framing there is no texture there's, it's a chopped off boyish hairstyle on her. I don't understand why they would want to humiliate their daughter like that," McVeight said.
Can a haircut be considered criminal? That's for prosecutors to decide.