A freshman was was expelled from Louisville's Whitefield Academy after being photographed at her 15th birthday party wearing a rainbow sweater in front of a rainbow birthday cake. WAVE 9 reported that the girl's mother shared the picture, taken in late December at a Texas Roadhouse restaurant, on social media, and it eventually made its way back to administrators at Whitefield. The girl's mother said that on January 6, she received an email from Bruce Jacobson, the head of the school, informing her that her daughter would be expelled from the student body immediately. The reason given was "a post on social media.
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Kaitlyn Hunt, a cheerleader and basketball player at Sebastian River High School, is facing two counts of felony lewd and lascivious conduct on a child ages 12 to 14 for her alleged relationship with a freshman classmate. The girls were 18 and 14 when they became sexually involved, according to an arrest affidavit by the county Sheriff's Department. The girls basketball coach at the high school found out about the relationship, told the younger girl's mother, who also works as a coach, and kicked Hunt off the team, according to Hunt's family. The police set up a phone sting operation in which the year-old called Hunt and asked her details about their relationship, according to the affidavit.
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How to help people impacted by the weather crisis in Texas. Bruce Jacobson, informing her that Kenney would have to finish her freshman year somewhere else. In the letter, Jacobson attached the Facebook picture, which shows Kenney in a rainbow sweater posing next to her rainbow cake. Alford was the one who ordered cake.
An year-old Florida student's senior year has become a nightmare — all because she was in a same-sex relationship with a year-old, her family says. Kaitlyn Hunt was arrested Feb. Under Florida law, Hunt could see up to 15 years in prison and must register as a sex offender. A plea deal, however, remains on the table that would give Hunt two years' house arrest and one year of probation, her family said. The distraught mom and her family has launched an online campaign asking supporters to petition the State Attorney's office in Indian River County and have them reconsider the charges.