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By: Danny W. Ellison

A Maryland mom and dad are being blasted online for pulling a cruel prank on their son — which included cursing the young boy out and convincing him he had done something terribly wrong.

“Get your f–king a– up here!” the child’s mother shouts at the start of a 6½-minute video, which was posted to YouTube and shows the deranged stunt going down.

“What the f–k did you do?! What the f–k?!” she screams repeatedly, as her husband films.

“What the hell is that,” the diabolical dad says, panning out to a mess of strewn Uno cards and fake ink spilled everywhere.

“I didn’t do that!” the boy says, breaking down in tears and clutching his chest in fear.

“I swear to God I didn’t do that!” he explains frantically. “Mom and Dad, I didn’t do that! I swear!”

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As of Thursday afternoon, all of Martin’s videos except the explanation video had been deleted. Martin tweeted Wednesday, “I’m sorry everyone but I have taken down/demonetized all videos my family’s safety is more important than fake videos.”

YouTube confirmed that Martin’s videos that violated the community guidelines were removed from the platform and that all ads were removed from the channel.

The viral outrage began after the parents posted a video titled “Invisible Ink Prank,” in which Heather spilled invisible ink on the carpet. She and her husband profusely blamed the sons, screaming profanities, as the boys dissolved into tears and swore over and over that they didn’t do it. The parents begin laughing before Martin tells them, “It’s just a prank, bruh.”

Martin did not immediately respond to requests via Twitter for comment from The Baltimore Sun. Martin has posted similar content in the past to his YouTube channel, which has more than 763,000 subscribers and had nearly 300 videos — many of which garnered over 100,000 views.

But in my opinion, that Both Martin and his wife must suffered consequences of the child abusing on YouTube. This isn't the problem until a YouTuber Philip DeFranco, he is an Host of The Philip DeFranco Show. He was outraged on the DaddyOFive being abused to his children which they're targeting Martin's son, Cody, which Cody was abused by his parents. As well, DaddyOFive probably will face jail time and need professional help.