(CNN) -- A high school student in Wyoming is sorry she ditched class. It's not the punishment from the school that bothers her, but rather, what her mother did.
With a camera rolling, by her daughter's side, Jeannie Crutchfield walked into school and into her child's classroom.
"I told you. I warned you. Make me come to this school," Crutchfield says in the video.
"Why am I here Ricki?" Crutchfield says in the video.
"Because you thought I was ditching. I'm not ditching," Crutchfield's daughter said.
"Really? Really?" Crutchfield said.
"Yes. Yes," Crutchfield's daughter said.
14-year-old Rickie Durant was caught ditching class. Her mom...wasn't happy -- so she took matters into her own hands -- doing what every mother has always dreamed of doing when her kids act up.
"Guess what I'm doing Ricki? We're going to go to class and we're going to hold hands and sit together. Isn't that great? Mommy and daughter? Going to class together," Crutchfield says in the video.
Crutchfield was sending a bold message: There's no room for ditching.
"It was kind of just spur of moment. I debated whether I was going to do it or not and I was like 'I'm just going to do it,'" Crutchfield said.
The video is three minutes long, with non-stop commentary.
"Come on Ri. What's wrong? Don't you want to tell your friends why I'm here?" Crutchfield says in the video.
"That's all she kept saying. 'I'm not ditching. I'm not ditching.' Until she let go of that lie I'm not stopping," Crutchfield said.
Finally, Ricki caves -- giving in to her mother.
"You can let go of the lie. I told you. I warned you. Make me come to this school because you can't act right. I warned you didn't I? Say 'Hi Facebook,'" Crutchfield says in the video.
As if coming to school, embarrassing her kid and recording it wasn't bad enough, Crutchfield took things a step further -- posting the video to Facebook. It has been viewed nearly 30,000 times, and it has more than 800 "likes."
"She's not just going to skip school and think it's okay to go hang out with her friends when she should be in class," Crutchfield said.