You might remember when we posted this story last December, about the high school student who filed suit against her high school volleyball coach because he asked her to get a doctor’s slip to continue to play volleyball.
Well, it seems like her suit based on discrimination was lost in court.
Mackenzie McCollum, 17, had claimed coaches at Arlington Heights High School discriminated against her by requiring her to get a doctor’s note before she could continue playing volleyball. She filed a civil rights complaint with the U.S. Department of Education.
After an investigation, the department decided not to pursue the case, said McCollum’s attorney, Lara Kaufmann, of the Washington-based Women’s Law Center.
Amazing how we clog the courts system with frivolous suits right?