, Jennifer Shaffer, slammed the “” on Facebook after they bashed the expecting mother for announcing her pregnancy just days following the death of her 18-year-old daughter by .

“I’m not perfect I made mistakes in my past that I’m not proud of [but] one thing I could tell you I love all my kids with all of my heart,” she shared in a statement posted to Facebook on Sunday, February 14. “I don’t care what anyone says about me because you don’t know the struggle I had to go through in my life.”

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Jennifer went on to say that she wished all the haters could feel her struggles, while noting they wouldn’t last because they “couldn’t handle the things I went through.”

While the mother has never publicly admitted to having a problem on her Facebook page, users in the comment section have alluded to a turbulent relationship with substances. Though Jennifer has not addressed it directly, she said she is “not going to relapse” in her most recent post.

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“I’m going to stay clean you idiot,” she wrote. “I’m not going to let you get me down so f*** all you haters out there and thank you for the support of the ones that actually truly care.”

Despite Jennifer’s attempt to silence the trolls, many users replied negatively to her public post, which garnered over 200 comments.

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As OK! previously reported, following Dazhariaa’s death, Jennifer announced that she is expecting. “So finally some good news im pregnant..,” she wrote via Facebook, which was immediately met by angry users who slammed the mother for sharing the “good news” just days after the tragedy.

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OK! also reported that Dazhariaa shared her “last post” on her Instagram Story that Monday before her death. “Ok, I know I’m annoying y’all, this is my last post,” she said in the clip.

Her mother confirmed Dazhariaa’s death on Tuesday, while asking her Facebook friends for help in raising money for her daughter’s funeral. 

However, in her lengthy post, Jennifer wrote that her “sister is trying to hate on me thinking ‘oh I’m just waiting for the money,’” before adding: “My sister told me I need to stop trying and realize that she’s gone and I’m overreacting.” 

Jennifer’s sister, Jeri J Shaffer, took to her respective Facebook page and called her sister a “fraud,” before urging other Facebook users not to give her money because the funeral is already being taken care of.

Dazhariaa’s father, Raheem Alla, launched a GoFundMe for Dazhariaa, which Jeri is a beneficiary for.