Court rules coaches didn’t violate lesbian teen’s privacy

Kilgore High School in TexasBY Huffington Post Gay Voices

An appeals court ruled last week that two high school softball coaches who outed a gay student to her mother did not violate the teen’s right to privacy.

Barbara Wyatt sued Texas’ Kilgore Independent School District and two coaches — Rhonda Fletcher and Cassandra Newell — from Kilgore High School in 2010, arguing the women violated the bounds of privacy when they confronted her and her 16-year-old daughter, Skye, about a lesbian relationship the teen was having, according to KYTX. Skye hadn’t told her mother she was gay.

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