Rachel Canning — Teen Who Sued Her Parents Mocked On Twitter

Thu, March 6, 2014 12:18pm EST by 45 Comments
Rachel Canning Sues Parents Tuition
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rapy cumqueen

Posted at 10:23 PM on July 23, 2014  

if he DID have sex with her, I hope he ejaculated. those long teenage daughterlegs and naughty naked knees deserve to be filled with sperm.

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Bob

Posted at 5:37 AM on March 11, 2014  

NOW IT’S STARTING TO LOOK LIKE AN EPISODE OF SHAMELESS ON SHOWTIME. The young teen on that show accused her uncle of touching her in a bad way to get the uncle to stop the eviction process. The accusation was completely false but it got the desired result. Now this spoiled brat is going to try to ruin her father’s reputation because she didn’t get what she wanted from her parents.

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Mstry Gunner

Posted at 5:11 PM on March 8, 2014  

maybve he was porking her…what do libs care you all eat azz

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Karla

Posted at 3:55 AM on March 8, 2014  

If they are trying to control all aspects of her life including who she dates then she is right to want to leave, they are basically forcing her in that situation, but maybe she wasn’t ready. It’s easy to hate a young, pretty girl who has money, but even more difficult to realize that she wants and yes, deserves her freedoms at already the age of 18 but is also intelligent enough to want to stay at a good or better school. She’s also doing a very normal thing by living….but go ahead and hate her for that too. She could work harder to get scholarships to help her pay for college though, especially if she already has funds, that is being very greedy but she may have a grudge for other reasons, parents are good actors too at times and are very manipulative in their methods of control. Most people don’t get good careers until they are almost 30 now and times are difficult. If you want to have kids, you also should realize they are your responsibility until they are able to support themselves, but the conundrum here is they will also at some point become adults while they are studying for their careers, so they need to take that into consideration, and encouragement is better than punishment. It will be difficult for them to mend their relationships but there is some serious denial going on in the U.S. about the difference in time of career paths, adulthood, and financial independence, they just aren’t corresponding very well anymore.

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Karla

Posted at 4:01 AM on March 8, 2014  

O well she has a drinking problem I read….that isn’t good… still you never know….I’ve only just read this article so…. I’m just thinking in general….but this case may not be a good enough example… idk the details.

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samlagarliboon

Posted at 7:56 PM on March 8, 2014  

I disagree. If people want freedom, they should work for it. Rachel wants freedom. She gets it. Now, she has to face the consequences of trying to live on her own. Her parents gave her freedom, now she’s asking more from them? What a joke! I suggest she starts looking for a part-time job to fund her education, or if she is an honor student, I suggest she studies to keep her scholarship. Just saying.

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roxy

Posted at 9:37 PM on March 7, 2014  

This girl has the nerve to sue her parents becuz she has to be home before 11pm, do the dishes, clean her room, etc. Wth, what did she expect? After you are gone and you leave voluntarily that is it. Stupid girl.

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resltingchaos

Posted at 9:27 PM on March 7, 2014  

Oddly, everyone is so concerned about the suing aspect but fail to see a very troubled 18 year old who has multiple problems (weighing 92 lbs!) and having some “unseemly” overtures from her father including getting her drunk and kissing her etc. Do people even have the capacity to see the broad view here? Stop focusing on minutia tied into your blue collar values and realize this is a very dysfunctional household.

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Truth

Posted at 10:20 PM on March 7, 2014  

Did it ever click in that maybe she is lying. It happens all the time in court. With someone who has the nerve to try and sue her parents, I feel confident in saying she would have brought it (any inappropriate touching, gestures, or actions) to light the moment it happened. I think the only fault on the parents was making their daughter believe she was a real life princess and letting her watch too many episodes of Jersey Shore.

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TK

Posted at 11:55 PM on March 7, 2014  

Most likely made-up lies. The reason for making up lies like this is simple: The only way she wins this case is if she can prove that it is dangerous for her to go back into that living environment. How do you show it is dangerous? By saying her parents are inappropriate. Do you know how this is lawyer speak? Look at how it is phrased “Gave me the sense he was being inappropriate…” That is accusing without actually accusing……what teenager would phrase something like that? If one has been abused, and they want to talk about it, they sure as heck would use stronger language than that. Another way to see that this is BS? Think about the scenario for a moment: You are a parent, and a child comes to live with you and says “My daddy is being inappropriate with me”. What do you do?
A) Advise the child to sue for money; OR
B) CALL THE AUTHORITIES! Any CONCERNED parent, knowing that there are two other daughters living in that household, IMMEDIATELY calls the authorities! It is all trumped up, and the lawyers KNOW the abuse did not happen. .

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Mstry Gunner

Posted at 5:09 PM on March 8, 2014  

why do you think shes acting out?? daddy’s a little too friendly she said he gets her drunk and kisses her!

 
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Sydney Jay

Posted at 5:34 PM on March 8, 2014  

So, yeah, I definitely don’t have blue collar values. And all I see here is a stupid, skanky liar. If her father really, truly got her drunk and kissed her, he’d be in jail now, you genius.

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mICHAEL WEBSTER

Posted at 9:24 PM on March 7, 2014  

What a dumb biatch she is. Instead of using the education that her parents paid for, to learn a trade, or skill, she sues her parents for money.WHAT A DUMB SLUTT!!

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KT Chong

Posted at 3:03 AM on March 7, 2014  

Her high school friend posted a video on YouTube to defend her.

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Sabrina

Posted at 12:44 AM on March 7, 2014  

This girl is not going to get better. I can see her at age 25 still thinking the world owes her something.

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roxy

Posted at 9:39 PM on March 7, 2014  

You nailed it on the head. She feels entitled and if she does that at 18 what will her future look like? What a ….!

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Teressa

Posted at 12:41 AM on March 7, 2014  

This case is now available for every one of her future employers to see. This is not someone I would choose to hire. Full of excuses and entitlement.

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Dede

Posted at 12:35 AM on March 7, 2014  

Can I sue my parents for making me wear payless shoes and not getting me Nike, like my friends had?

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Nellie

Posted at 12:02 AM on March 7, 2014  

The girl is a sociopath, cares about no one but herself. I hope the Judge tells her to grow up and be more respectful or support her effin self.

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Tallie

Posted at 12:01 AM on March 7, 2014  

Can you say, entitlement behavior? Whoa the gall of this girl thinking she can leave her parents house because she doesn’t like the rules, but sue to have them still support her 100%. If that isn’t entitlement behavior, I don’t know what is. The parents don’t owe her $hit if she doesn’t want to live there and follow their rules.

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