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Parents beware!

A woman named Ashley Adams in Dallas, North Carolina says her eight-year-old daughter loves Christmas so much that she downloaded an app last week that lets kids chat with Santa.

And apparently, the app asked the girl, quote, “What are you wearing?” Here’s the scary part. The dad sent a message on the app. The app replied, “You’re too old for me.”

The app supposedly uses bots to respond to kids’ texts, but the girl’s parents say it seems like it was an actual person on the other end of the chat.

They’ve filed a complaint with the local police.

The app is “Santa Call & Text You”.

Here’s more info on the story.

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