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Posted by Trini Kid - - 0 comments


Sup Travellers?! How ungrateful and spoil can one teenager be? 17 year old Rachel Canning wants to show us. High school senior and cheerleader at a Morristown, New Jersey Catholic school, Rachel Canning is taking her parents to court after they allegedly kicked her out of the house and cut off all financial support. It may seem like a very b*tchy move from the parents but let's look on both sides. Shall we?

Rachel will be turning 18 soon but she is demanding that her mom and dad pay for her future college tuition, her outstanding private school tuition balance of $5,306, and the $12,597 that Rachel has already accrued in legal fees. Canning’s parents have argued that their daughter was an “incredibly rebellious teen” who refused to do reasonable household chores. Her parents also claim that she was suspended from school twice, and bullied her younger sister.

“We’re heartbroken, but what do you do when a child says, ‘I don’t want your rules but I want everything under the sun and you to pay for it?’”

Her parents say that they didn't kick her out of the house but stubborn little Rachel left the house voluntarily. Rachel says that she was forcibly kicked out the house. Who should we believe in this situation? Well the court is so far on the parents' side because a recent update from Buzzfeed states that Rachel Canning’s parents do not have to pay her high school tuition. The 18-year-old’s request for a $600 a month allowance and additional financial support, including her attorney’s fees, was also denied.

“Do we want to establish a precedent where parents are living in constant fear of establishing basic rules of the house?” Judge Bogaard asked.

The judge delayed a ruling that will decide whether her parents should pay for her college fees until April 22.

The parents are supposed to be supportive, unconditionally, but if their child is going to be a b*tch and sue them then I won't be surprised if they give her her just dessert. If you want to go to college then get a job and pay your own tuition fee. The fact that Rachel has accrued $12,597 in legal fees while suing her parents means that she's not very serious about life. She's very serious about getting to college but with all that debt I don't see her going anywhere, anytime soon. Maybe she should have studied Accounting before suing her parents. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.