PARENTS are being warned over a TikTok craze where schoolgirls pose in their uniforms for cash from sick groomers.
Videos of the girls using hashtags aimed at enticing sugar daddies were circulating for months on the app.
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Predators could be seen commenting asking for the teens to follow and private message them, the Sunday Mirror reports.
One girl was branded “sexy” by a follower, while another had posted a video of her dancing in uniform when she was 15.
A creep also told the teen to put a camera in her bedroom on one TikTok post.
One source said: “This is every parent’s worst nightmare.”
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Hannah Ruschen of the NSPCC said the accounts “present a very clear risk of abuse to children”.
She added: “Grooming online is at record levels, with girls the victim in more than 80% of instances.”
TikTok has now removed the videos after they were contacted by the newspaper.
The company said: “All of the accounts flagged, as well as those that interacted with them inappropriately, have been removed.
“TikTok will act on content or accounts that violate our minor safety policies.”