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Old 03-03-2014, 06:31 PM   #1
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Default Entitled teen suing her parents

http://shine.yahoo.com/parenting/nj-...201404488.html
Girl is 18. She doesn't want to live by their rules and moved out. Parents kept her car that they paid for and cut off her private school tution. Now she is suing for her unpaid private school tuition and her college fund. She says they tossed her out they say she voluntarily left.

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“We love our child and miss her. This is terrible. It’s killing me and my wife,” Rachel's father, Sean Canning, a town administrator and retired police officer, tells the Daily Record. “We have a child we want home. We’re not Draconian and now we’re getting hauled into court. She’s demanding that we pay her bills but she doesn’t want to live at home, and she’s saying, ‘I don’t want to live under your rules.’” The rules, he notes, include reconsidering her relationship with a boyfriend who may be a bad influence, being respectful, and abiding by her curfew. He and his wife, Elizabeth, who live in suburban Lincoln Park, about 25 miles outside of New York City, have kept their daughter’s car because they paid for it, says Canning, and he admits that they did stop paying Rachel's tuition at the private Morris Catholic High School. A hearing is scheduled to take place on Tuesday in the Morris County Superior Court.

For months, Rachel — an honor student, cheerleader, and lacrosse player — has been living with the family of her best friend and classmate, Jaime Inglesino, whose father, attorney John Inglesino, is bankrolling Rachel’s lawsuit. He’s also requesting in the lawsuit that the Cannings reimburse him for the legal fees, so far totaling $12,597, according to the paper. \
I am in disbelief. It is their house and their rules. I can't really believe that this is actually going to court. I also believe the lawyer (the father of the friend she is staying with) needs to be smacked upside the head. I do think I would have kept paying her private school tuition though but I would not give her a dime to go to college
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