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My friend has a young child and her ex husband has created a profile for him. she wants to have the childs profile removed as she feels this is unsafe, how to contact facebook or remove - shedoes not know passwords etc thankd

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You will start here at this link. I suspect the mother will have to have custody of the child to request the removal. Try it, it may resolve the issue for her...

http://www.facebook.com/help/#!/help/contact.php?show_form=coppa

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