A horrified mother found her 13-year-old daughter and her friend discussing the best way to make a sex tape after reading an X-rated e-book.
Alarmed, Melissa Crighton, 45, has now called on publishers to give books special adult ratings in an attempt to protect children.
Crighton caught her child and a pal reading aloud from “It’s All About The Sex Face: A Guide To Becoming A Celebrity.”
The no-holds-barred manual gives explicit tips on how to produce a steamy sex video in an easy bid to achieve instant fame.
The e-book, which was downloaded from Amazon, claims you can “actually become famous without even having a talent.”
Sex tapes involving socialites such as Paris Hilton, Kim Kardashian and actress Pamela Anderson, which have been leaked onto the Internet, have forced them into the public eye. Some claim the tapes have furthered their celebrity status and careers.
The National Society For the Prevention of Cruelty to Children is now urging all parents to monitor their children’s e-book reading and said all book retailers, on or offline, have a responsibility to prevent children buying hardcore adult material.
Crighton of West Hampstead, north London, said: “They were reading out the steps in the book about how to make a sex tape – how to produce it, how to get a co-star and how to leak it.
“I interrupted them and took the Kindle away and I spoke to them and said, ‘This is not a book you should be reading.'”
The mother-of-two added: “I found the subject matter inappropriate.
‘They have gone online to find books about how to get famous so it’s worrying if this kind of stuff is being sold.’
Crighton said the raunchy e-book was downloaded by her daughter’s friend on her mother’s Kindle.
Crighton said she alerted the other mother about the worrying incident immediately and the book was deleted…
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