A New Jersey teen is suing her parents for college tuition.
So, listen up, moms and dads of little ones: depending on which way the judge rules on this one, you might not want to earmark a savings account specifically for your child's tuition. You know, in case your kid grows up and decides to sue you and uses the following case as precedent.
According to the Daily Record, Rachel Canning wants her parents to pay for her private-school tuition, college tuition, and living expenses. The teen claims her parents threw her out when she turned 18, but her dad, Sean Canning, calls Rachel an "incredibly rebellious teen" who ran away from home because she didn't want to follow rules.
What rules, you ask? Well, the usual stuff like being respectful, keeping a curfew, and doing chores. The Cannings also wanted Rachel to break up with a boyfriend who they thoughtRead More »from Your Daily Dose of Ridiculous: NJ Teen Sues Parents to Pay for College