(Image Source: Daily Mail

BY SCOTT MALONE

ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY


A college music theater major in Cincinnati is looking to get away from her parents, whom she claims take the term “helicopter parents” to new heights. Here’s WTTE, ABC News and KSHB with the details.

“An Ohio college student just got a restraining order against a couple of stalkers. Her own parents. 21-year-old Aubrey Ireland … told a judge she, quote, ‘felt like a dog with a collar on.’”

“They basically thought that because they were paying for my tuition and living expenses that they could tell me what to do, who to hang out with and, you know, basically control all of my daily life.”

“She says they also accused her of using illegal drugs, promiscuity and having psychiatric issues. Her parents do admit they installed monitoring software on her laptop and cell phone.”

But Aubrey’s mother, who lives in Kansas, says “She’s an only child who was catered to all her life by loving parents,” and that Aubrey is “a good actor, and lying.” (Via Daily Mail)

A judge ruled that Ireland’s parents must stay at least 500 feet away from her, and cannot have any contact with her until this coming September. The idea of someone filing for a restraining order against their own parents isn’t that unheard of.

Last year, Entourage star actress Alexis Dziena saw her request turned down. She claims her father would use murder or violence for monetary gain but her suit was rejected for a lack of evidence. (Via National Post)

And just three months ago, Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Tyron Smith sought a restraining order against his mother and stepfather after he claims they repeatedly attempted to extort money from him following a contract extension. (Via Dallas Morning News)

Aubrey’s parents are seeking a refund for the three years of college tuition they paid, but her school gave her a full scholarship for her senior year.

College Student Gets Restraining Order Against Parents

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Dec 28, 2012

College Student Gets Restraining Order Against Parents

(Image Source: Daily Mail

BY SCOTT MALONE

ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY


A college music theater major in Cincinnati is looking to get away from her parents, whom she claims take the term “helicopter parents” to new heights. Here’s WTTE, ABC News and KSHB with the details.

“An Ohio college student just got a restraining order against a couple of stalkers. Her own parents. 21-year-old Aubrey Ireland … told a judge she, quote, ‘felt like a dog with a collar on.’”

“They basically thought that because they were paying for my tuition and living expenses that they could tell me what to do, who to hang out with and, you know, basically control all of my daily life.”

“She says they also accused her of using illegal drugs, promiscuity and having psychiatric issues. Her parents do admit they installed monitoring software on her laptop and cell phone.”

But Aubrey’s mother, who lives in Kansas, says “She’s an only child who was catered to all her life by loving parents,” and that Aubrey is “a good actor, and lying.” (Via Daily Mail)

A judge ruled that Ireland’s parents must stay at least 500 feet away from her, and cannot have any contact with her until this coming September. The idea of someone filing for a restraining order against their own parents isn’t that unheard of.

Last year, Entourage star actress Alexis Dziena saw her request turned down. She claims her father would use murder or violence for monetary gain but her suit was rejected for a lack of evidence. (Via National Post)

And just three months ago, Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Tyron Smith sought a restraining order against his mother and stepfather after he claims they repeatedly attempted to extort money from him following a contract extension. (Via Dallas Morning News)

Aubrey’s parents are seeking a refund for the three years of college tuition they paid, but her school gave her a full scholarship for her senior year.

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