Petition Says Assistant Principal Cyber Bullied Kindergartner
Updated: Wednesday, April 2 2014, 07:41 AM CDT
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A South Carolina assistant principal was placed on administrative leave and reportedly resigned after posting a picture of a 6-year-old he snapped at a Wal-Mart and writing "Honey Boo-Boo at Walmart."
An online petition calling for the man's job was posted to Change.org and even the principal's own son has signed it, calling it "unacceptable." His daughter also chimed in on the post, leaving a "scolding" comment for her dad to read.
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The girl's family saw the post and told Fox Carolina just how much of a negative impact the post has had on her. According to FOX Carolina, the post has been shared in the community and it has made her feel very uncomfortable. The girl is dealing with health issues and before she goes out in public, she tries on different outfits because she feels like shes too big.
The Walhalla High School Assistant Principal has many petitioners wondering what would make a man in his position believe cyber bullying was acceptable.
Photo source: Change.Org