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Daughter's Facebook post costs father $80,000

By Associated Press

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LAST UPDATED: 02:53 p.m. HST, Mar 03, 2014



MIAMI » A Florida teenager's Facebook post has cost her father an $80,000 legal settlement.

The Miami Herald reports that the father had sued Miami's Gulliver Preparatory School for age discrimination after he lost his job as headmaster.

The school agreed to settle the case with Patrick Snay for $80,000. The agreement included a stipulation that Snay and his wife not disclose settlement details with anyone.

The Snays' daughter, a recent graduate of the school, posted to her 1,200 Facebook friends that the money would pay for a family vacation to Europe.

"Mama and Papa Snay won the case the case against Gulliver," she wrote. "Gulliver is now officially paying for my vacation to Europe this summer."

A judge invalidated the settlement last week and said the post violated the confidentiality agreement.







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droid wrote:
Obvious, the kid didn’t learn much at her supposedly “exclusive” private prep school formerly run by daddy dearest.
on March 3,2014 | 11:40AM
brb905 wrote:
That's why there are certain things you don't share with your children. And this is yet another case of an immature kid doing a stupid and costly mistake. Good bye to that vacation!
on March 3,2014 | 11:54AM
mitt_grund wrote:
Yup. Caldwell shouldn't have let his daughter know how he felt about Cayetano. Then she wouldn't have set fire to Cayetano's campaign sign with her friend's b*ng. (Just in case the SA police are surveying evil word usage.
on March 3,2014 | 05:39PM
inverse wrote:
Except in Caldwell's case, he and daughter took no negative consequences as Cayetano thought he was being a "nice guy" and not press charges as destruction of an opponents political campaign sign is a serious offense. That and the hypocrisy of the daughter going to Obama private school and leading some teen board on leading other teens to "just say no to drugs". Instead Cayetano was an apologist saying he did bad things when he was a young kid. Problem with that is Cayetano could have been a major factor in slowing down or even stopping the billion dollar aloha train to nowhere money pit, that like the Hawaii health connector will DOOM to fail and cost Hawaii taxpayers BILLIONS of dollars. You unlike the rail propagandists on the other column you don't have to be Nostradamus to know that a train starting from an empty field to Kapolei will FAIL on Oahu and Parsons own EIS from BOTH times they did it under Harris and Mufi clearly stated the rail will NOT improve traffic congestion on Oahu.
on March 4,2014 | 03:45PM
loquaciousone wrote:
Another Facebook opps!
on March 3,2014 | 12:02PM
Surfer_Dude wrote:
There was a stipulation that said Snay and his wife cannot disclose the settlement........nothing about family members. Other news sources says there is an appeal coming down. Daughter may have a big mouth but was not part of the non disclosure agreement.
on March 3,2014 | 12:19PM
lowtone123 wrote:
The agreement included a stipulation that Snay and his wife not disclose settlement details with anyone. I would think anyone would include ther daughter.
on March 3,2014 | 12:37PM
hunebasami wrote:
They disclosed to daughter
on March 3,2014 | 04:03PM
eastside808 wrote:
Don't get it, because if the amount was disclosed then definite breech of the agreement, however, if no figure was ever given and just a statement of going on vacation on the schools's dime it was not a disclosure. The daughter shouldnt have said anything but apparently the lawsuit must have been very contentious to have the daughter revel in the result of the lawsuit.
on March 4,2014 | 11:40AM
hunebasami wrote:
They told the daughter. LOL
on March 3,2014 | 04:02PM
hikine wrote:
This is the part where your children doesn't have to know everything. It was between him and his wife only.
on March 4,2014 | 01:07AM
st1d wrote:
i can't make out any details in the reported post. nothing about the amount or other terms.
on March 3,2014 | 12:36PM
lowtone123 wrote:
I guess the European vacation is off.
on March 3,2014 | 12:38PM
hunebasami wrote:
Daughter learns a leason fast. Cost one family vacation in Europe.
on March 3,2014 | 04:04PM
lowtone123 wrote:
Does that mean the European vacay is off?
on March 3,2014 | 12:39PM
islandsun wrote:
This is old news, last week
on March 3,2014 | 12:39PM
rayhawaii wrote:
That's what you get for letting your kids have the internet.
on March 3,2014 | 07:20PM
lokela wrote:
It's a staycation now.
on March 4,2014 | 05:37AM
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