The mother of a Florida girl who streamed her suicide on Facebook Live has been accused of watching as her daughter killed herself and mocking her with messages on the post suggesting she was seeking attention and crying wolf.

Gina Caze did nothing to stop her daughter Nakia Venant, 14, from committing suicide as the foster child broadcast her death in Miami in late January, a damning report from a child services department says.

The Florida Department of Children and Families said Cazec even criticized her daughter as she watched the two-hour long Facebook Live video, calling Venant a ‘custody jit’ and and that she was a ‘crying wolf…seeking attention’, the department said Monday.

Caze is accused of mocking her daughter as she watched the two-hour long Facebook Live video, calling Venant a 'custody jit' and that she was 'crying wolf...seeking attention'

Caze had a troublesome relationship with her daughter, as Venant was taken away from her due to physical abuse concerns.

But the mother has strenuously denied she made the comments as she watched her daughter die.

Gina Caze (right) did nothing to stop her daughter Nakia Venant, 14, (left) from committing suicide as the foster child broadcast on Facebook her death-by-suicide in Miami in late January, a damning report released on Monday alleges

Nakia's mother wrote on Facebook that her daughter had known her share of problems, including run-ins with the law and schools expulsions. She was in 14 different foster homes in a 16-month period 

Caze is accused of mocking her daughter as she watched the two-hour long Facebook Live video, calling Venant a ‘custody jit’ and that she was ‘crying wolf…seeking attention’

Venant was living with a foster family at the time of her death and was found hanged from the door frame in the bathroom, by Miami-Dade police.

The comments to Venant were made from Caze’s Facebook account with the user name Gina Alexis, reported Tampa Bay Times.

One of the messages left said: ‘#ADHD games played u sad little DCF custody jit that’s why u where u at for this dumb s–t n more u keep crying wolf u dead u will get buried life goes on after a jit that doesn’t listen to there parents trying to be grown seeking boys and girls attention instead of her books.’

The 14-year-old’s short life was riddled with stints in foster homes, after she was taken away from Caze in 2009 because there were concerns that Venant was being physically abused by her mother.