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“They basically thought that they were paying for my college tuition and living expenses that they could tell me what to do who to hang out with … basically control all of my daily life,” Ireland told ABC News.
“My mom has always been very overly involved,” Ireland said. “I would have to get on Skype all the time to show them that I was in my dorm room, or there were nights I had to leave my Skype on all night and my mom would watch me basically sleep.”
Her parents would drive the 1,000 kilometres from their home in Leawood, Kansas, an affluent suburb of Kansas City, to visit their daughter unannounced at the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music, she told the court at an Oct. 9 hearing.
They admitted they attached spyware to Aubrey’s laptop and cellphone to keep tabs on her, the Enquirer reported from a court hearing.
The Irelands didn’t answer the phone at their Leawood home.
Her parents started her with singing and dancing lessons at age 2 ½, the Star reported. As a kid, Aubrey was a “triple threat in local theatre circles: She could act, sing and dance,” the Star said.
“She’s an only child who was catered to all her life by loving parents,” Julie Ireland told the court, the Enquirer reported. “We’re not bothering her.”
Aubrey’s Facebook pages are filled with hundreds of pictures of her performing.
“It’s just been really embarrassing and upsetting to have my parents come to my university when I’m a grown adult and just basically slander my name and follow me around,” Aubrey told the court.