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Re: Judge grants music student stalking order against parents
said by Blackbird:Yep. The closest thing I could find was this from KCTV.
It seems there's a lot of "proven" details undisclosed about the entire episode, so it's hard to say what really went down and why. Much of what's out there is he-said, she-said.
Some of the quotes:
quote:Funny, but my dad pretty much felt the same way. He just didn't spend that kind of money on me; I was expected to work. (It didn't hurt me.) Poor Aubrey sounds like a typical teen there, not an adult.
Neighbors described a tight-knit family and proud parents who worked hard to give their only child anything she wanted, but said they could be too overprotective.
"My mom has always been very overly involved," Aubrey Ireland told ABC News. "I would have to get on Skype all the time to show them that I was in my dorm room or there were nights I had to leave my Skype on all night and my mom would watch me basically sleep."
Her attorney told media outlets Friday that his client did the ABC interview without his knowledge and declined to make her available for additional interviews.
"They basically thought that they were paying for my college tuition and living expenses that they could tell me what to do, who to hang out with," Aubrey Ireland said. "Basically control all of my daily life."
So really, this story could go either way. The parents could be nuts, Aubrey could be a manipulator out for fame (which she got), or a little of both. The judge did the only feasible thing, really.
Just don't be calling home for more money, Aubrey.