|Source: Maura McGarvey|
This girl sounds like a total nightmare. I always love to read these kinds of articles where they call the kid a "typical" rebellious teenager and then in the next paragraph describe her as a "sweet" kid. Yeah, she sounds absolutely delightful.
All I can say is WTF, New Jersey?
What is going on over there? Stop already with these bratty kids.
Rachel and Caitlyn are the exactly the type of kid I'm terrified of raising! Two entitled, spoiled, little assholes who treat their parents like shit and then sue them. And the parents are the type of parents I despise. You just KNOW they were passive parents who rewarded Caitlyn for hanging up her coat properly.
Once again, I have no idea who to root for or who to believe in this situation. Caitlyn sounds like a bitch, the parents raised her, so I don't have much sympathy for them and then there's the grandparents. What gives with them? How much have they spent on legal fees? Imagine if they'd given that to Caitlyn to put towards her education? Those grandparents need to step back and stop helping a 21 year old woman sue her parents. That's the other thing that bugs me about this. Caitlyn is 21!! She's not an 18 year old kid who just graduated in May. She's a grown ass adult.
I get wanting to go to college. I understand that. I went to college. But what I don't get or understand is this attitude that if you don't pay for me to go, then I'm going to SUE you. Who does that? Assholes, that's who.
There are things called student loans, scholarships, grants, and jobs. Maybe Caitlyn should look into those.
I'm kind of mad, because I didn't know I could sue my parents for this kind of stuff. Luckily, Caitlyn has taught me something. I'm currently on hold with my attorney, because I've decided to sue my parents to pay for my mortgage. Don't they want me to have a place to live? Do they want me to be homeless? Sure, I'm 42 years old, but I'm still their child. I'm their responsibility. I'm not even rebellious. I'm the good one. They owe me. Oops! Lawyer picked up. Gotta go! I'll keep you posted on my lawsuit.
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