“Putting photos of me rolling in money on Facebook when I haven’t paid child support is the best idea I ever had!”

said one “father,” anyway:

Facebook helped the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s office charge a wayward father for failing to pay child support.

Christopher Robinson, 23, is facing three felony counts of failure to support his 3-year-old child, according to a complaint filed with the criminal division of the Wisconsin Circuit Court.

The complaint indicates that for three years, Robinson never made any of the required $150 monthlychild support payments.

But pictures that Robinson posted to Facebook that show him posing with cash and bottles of liquor helped the district attorney’s office build a case against him.

Mom of the year

A New York court has ordered a woman to stop posting anything online about her children:

There’s not much to “like” about this woman’s Facebook habits.

A mean upstate mom who cyber-bullied her emotionally-disturbed 10-year-old son on Facebook by calling him an “a—–e” has been banned from posting anything about her kids online.

“Melody M.” told the court she wrote the insult about her son because that’s what “he is,” court documents said.

“Charitably stated, her testimony reflected a lack of insight as to the nature of her conduct toward her oldest child,” an upstate appeals court said Feb. 14.

The court barred Melody from “posting any communications to or about her children on any social network site.”

The court found that Melody used Facebook to “insult and demean the child,” calling him an a—–e, among other things.