CRACKDOWN: Health Officials Shut Down Menacing 11-Year-Old Girl’s Rogue Cupcake Business

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cupcake-crimeOn Sunday, a News story featured 11-year-old Chloe Stirling of Troy, Ill., a sixth-grader at Triad Middle School who makes about $200 a month selling cupcakes.

On Monday, the long arm of the law — in this case, the Madison County Health Department — put an end to that.

“They called and said they were shutting us down,” Chloe’s mother, Heather Stirling, told the Post-Dispatch.

Furthermore, Heather Stirling said the officials told her that for Chloe to continue selling cupcakes, the family would have to “buy a bakery or build her a kitchen separate from the one we have.”

“Obviously, we can’t do that,” Heather Stirling said. “We’ve already given her a little refrigerator to keep her things in, and her grandparents bought her a stand mixer.”

Heather Stirling said she wasn’t looking for special consideration for her daughter and would be willing to get the necessary licenses and permits to run a business…

Read more…

stltoday.com


4 Comments on “CRACKDOWN: Health Officials Shut Down Menacing 11-Year-Old Girl’s Rogue Cupcake Business”

  1. Brittius says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius.com and commented:
    Lawmakers need to review these screwed-up laws that teach children that it’s not worth it to work. Maybe a case by case review before any legal action can be initiated. Better to punish the rat that does the informing on kids.

  2. […] Pundit from another Planet On Sunday, a News story featured 11-year-old Chloe Stirling of Troy, Ill., a sixth-grader at Triad […]

  3. Richard M Nixon (Deceased) says:

    Reblogged this on Dead Citizen's Rights Society.

  4. boteotu says:

    Reblogged this on Blogger at the Edge of the Universe. and commented:
    That girl is so terrorist…


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