A lawsuit claims that the teen was banned from parking on school grounds because he refused to get rid of a statue expressing support for the president.
A student in Florida is suing his school for allegedly violating his rights after they revoked his parking privileges for displaying a large “Trump” elephant in the back of his pickup truck.
Tyler Maxwell, 18, has launched a lawsuit against Volusia County Schools Board and his school’s principals after they told him he must remove the elephant expressing support for the president or risk losing his parking pass, which he paid $55 for.
According to the suit, filed in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida on October 22, Maxwell first drove to Spruce Creek High School with the elephant in the back of his truck on Monday, September 14. [ … ]