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Spoiled teen who sued parents for financial and car support returns home

Spoiled teen who sued parents and lost returns home
Spoiled teen who sued parents and lost returns home
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The sheer absurdity and gall of a New Jersey high school teenager who was an honor student at school and a notorious portrait of a daughter behaving extremely badly has come to an end. According to Fox News Rachel Canning who went to court in the hopes of cashing in big time from her parents has returned to her home eating humble pie as of yesterday evening.

The court case sent up alarm flares in possibly millions of American homes around the nation when the 18-year-old decided that she was entitled to $654 a week, payment of her private school and college tuition as well as payment for her car. The State Superior Court Judge Peter Bogaard decided that not only was the freeloading daughter who wanted her financial cake and eat it too was verbally sent to the woodshed by the alarmed jurist.

It seems that while Canning had walked out of the home over startling harsh rules that were handed down including expected chores as well as a curfew hour, she left her mom a parting gift no parent should ever receive.

According to the Free Patriot, the teen phone message which was laced with profane hurtful remarks. The transcript of the message below:

"Hi mom just to let you know you’re a real f***ing winner aren’t you you think you’re so cool and you think you caught me throwing up in the bathroom after eating an egg frittatta, yeah sorry that you have problems now and you need to harp on mine because i didn’t and i actually took a s*** which i really just wanna s*** all over your face right now because it looks like that anyway, anyway i f***ing hate you and um I’ve written you off so don’t talk to me, don’t do anything I’m blocking you from just about everything, have a nice life, bye mom.”

The backlash by the judge as well as the nation was instant and it was an avalanche of disapproval as well as concerns from various legal quarters concerning the possible destructive precedent a positive ruling for disobedient daughter would have had on millions of other parents. Concerns of being held hostage by bratty children placing a stranglehold on parents sent up red flares throughout the nation.

The judge ruled against the teen on her fire sale payday she demanded, and instead reprimanded her for her disrespectful potty mouth comments to her mom and said that her parents would only be responsible for her healthcare.

Behind the scenes it was clear that Rachel the rambunctious was having second thoughts, because after several days. The spoiled girl has done a complete 180 degree turn and according to her attorney Angelo Sarno, Rachel Canning, 18, has reunited with her parents and siblings, according to Fox News.

Although her lawsuit has not been dropped pertaining to her feeling of being entitled to college tuition payment, the judge still has misgivings concerning her lawsuit.

The New York Daily News reported that Judge Bogaard felt that her type of lawsuit could encourage teens to actually “thumbing their noses” at their parents, leaving home and then asking for financial support.” He further reasoned that this would possibly open the gates, “for 12-year-olds to sue for an Xbox? For 13-year-olds to sue for an iPhone, according to the New York Daily News.