‘Hot for Teacher’ lawsuit has burned up the Internet on Saturday, March 16, and it’s all due to the fact that a 57-year-old student in Michigan has been suspended for three months after he wrote was is being deemed as an inappropriate journal entry about his very own teacher.
In his writing class, Joseph Cordlett boasted about the physical appearance of his teachers. He felt it was innocent fun, but the women who were the object of his affection demanded he be suspended from school.
And they got their wish. Cordlett has been suspended for three months and banned from being on campus.
In his journal, Cordlett called the teachers “hot” and referred to one woman as “stacked.” Cordlett also allegedly referred to a teacher as Ginger, referring to the show “Gilligan’s Island.”
Now, Cordlett is fighting back, thanks to his “Hot for Teacher” lawsuit. In the suit, Cordlett says his free speech was violated. Because of that, he’s now demanding $2.2 million. He’s also suing for four lost credits.
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