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Teen asks if she's wrong for telling dad that her twin sister is selling nudes online.

Teen asks if she's wrong for telling dad that her twin sister is selling nudes online.

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There are some problems exclusive to people with identical twins. Most of us don't have to be worried about being blamed for the actions of someone who looks exactly like us, and if we do ever happen to catch blame for a lookalike, it's not a life long issues.

But twins are playing an entirely different game, and while they can build clearly separate lives in adulthood, it's hard to extricate your twin status when you're still going to school. Which is to say, if your twin starts posting bugging the wrong people or posting NSFW pictures online, it's incredibly easy for you to take the blame.

In a recent post on the Am I The A*shole subreddit, a teenager asked if she was wrong for telling her dad about her twin sister's OnlyFans account.

AITA for telling my dad about my twin sister's Onlyfans?

OP kicked off the post by clarifying that this scenario went down back in winter, before COVID-19 caused widespread lockdown.

Me-(18f) Twin sister-(18f) Dad-(48m) and all of my other Grade 12 classmates-(17-18).

So let me start off by saying that this story happened about 3-4 months ago before this whole Covid thing took off and all the schools became closed.

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