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Rachel Canning is back home with her parents. Well, not right now because right now she is probably sitting inside a classroom in that very expensive private school that her parents pay for while she counts down the remaining days until graduation. Rachel was forced to move back home to the home of the parents she was suing just a few weeks ago. Rachel lost in her bid to have her parents pay for support to her while she lived with a friend plus payments to her school for tuition and the judge in the case called her spoiled. With no way to live she had to go home. She will probably bide her time and in a few months when she goes away to college she can do what she wants. I don't know why she didn't do that at first. Just suck it up and wait a few months. The Cannings have other kids and I wonder if this little situation is forcing them to change what they do for the rest of their kids.
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