Student suspended for water snake wigglie principal called a sex toy
RACINE -- A Racine, Wisconsin family says their principal accused their child of selling sex toys at school.
The 12-year-old girl's father has been trying to clear his daughter's name ever since she was suspended for three days from Trinity Lutheran School on Geneva Street in Racine.
Parents may recognize the toy in question. They are called "water snake wigglies." The girl claims she had permission from a teacher to sell the children's toys.
However, the principal at Trinity Lutheran School accused the student of selling what she thought were sex toys.
The school's pastor, David Gehne, said this issue already went before the school board, which sided with the principal.
"We wouldn't discuss the details of any situation regarding one of our children, they're all minors," said Gehne.
"In your wildest imaginations, no adult could possibly view this as a sex toy, this is a water-filled bag," said Milt Habeck, the father of the girl.
Habeck adds he does not plan to stop until his daughter's record is cleared. He wrote a blog online that includes witness statements titled: "Vindicate Frances."