Here we go again! Rachel Canning, the teen that made international headlines when she sued her parents is back in the news after she filed a restraining order against her boyfriend — the very person her parents begged her to stay away from.
Rachel Canning, 18, is in trouble once again. This time, her parents, Elizabeth and Sean Canning, are sticking by her side. The recent high school graduate filed a restraining order against her on-again/off-again boyfriend, Lucas Kitzmiller, claiming that he tried to strangle her during an argument. Yikes!
In March 2014, Rachel Canning sued her parents for tuition & living expenses after being kicked out. Now, back home with her family, the teen graduated high school with a major scholarship.
Rachel Canning, 18, proved herself to be a star student when she graduated her private high school on June 5 with a $56,000 scholarship towards her college education at Western New England University. The teenager reunited with her family after agreeing to dismiss the lawsuit against her parents, which led a judge to call her “spoiled” in court.
On March 12, Rachel Canning’s family attorney announced that the 18-year-old high school cheerleader returned home to her parents’ home after suing them for refusing to pay her college tuition fees.
Sean and Elizabeth Canning welcomed their daughter Rachel Canning, 18, back into their Lincoln Park, New Jersey home. Rachel moved out of her parents home the day before she turned 18 and on March 5, she took her parents to court for refusing to pay her bills and school tuition.
I know my opinion is not going to be popular, but here goes — Sean and Elizabeth Canning are the adults and the parents in this relationship. They need to work harder than an 18 year old to mend their family fences.
Rachel Canning has been called a “spoiled brat” who’s suffering from “affluenza” because she is suing her estranged parents for high school and college tuition and support. I agree that she may feel “entitled,” but I also think it’s ridiculous that her parents have allowed her to live at a friend’s home for over four months without making serious efforts to repair their relationship.
Rachel Canning is not done fighting for her education. After losing a lawsuit against her parents for living expenses and high school tuition, the scorned teenager is lashing out on social media.
Rachel Canning has some harsh words for modern parents and claims they put their own financial greed over their own children’s future. What do you think?
Rachel Canning lost her initial court case against her parents, and the Twitter-sphere seems to agree with the judge.
Twitter has spoken, and in the case of Rachel Canning Vs. Her Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Canning have definitely emerged victorious. It’s undeniable — tweets show that the people absolutely agree with the New Jersey Judge Peter Bogaard’s verdict that the 18-year-old cheerleader’s parents shouldn’t be forced to support their daughter financially.
What a mess! After Rachel Canning’s parents publicly accused her boyfriend, Lucas Kitzmiller, of being a bad influence on their daughter, Lucas’ dad is coming to his defense. Jeffrey Kitzmiller claims Rachel’s underage partying started long before Lucas came into the picture.
When Rachel Canning sued her parents, Elizabeth and Sean Canning, for kicking her out at 18 and cutting her off financially, they blamed Rachel’s former boyfriend Lucas Kitzmiller for creating a rift in the family. But Lucas’ father, Jeffrey Kitzmiller, says in a new interview that the Cannings had no business dragging his son into this, arguing that Rachel is responsible for her own bad behavior.
New Jersey high school senior, Rachel Canning took her family to court on March 5, on claims that they threw her out of their home and are now refusing to help pay for schooling. And when they entered the court room, you won’t believe what the judge decided.
When Rachel Canning took her parents Sean and Elizabeth Canning to court on March 5, she made the case that while her parents were fully financially capable of supporting her and paying for her college expenses, they refused to help her, caused her eating disorder, and kicked her out of the house.