Edible lotion, alleged bullying at a public school, and a sheriff's investigation. Sounds like a Lifetime movie, doesn't it? (And when's the last time, outside of a massage parlor, you heard anyone talk about 'edible lotion'?)
Just days after she tweeted up a storm about pot decriminalization (featuring her daughter's hand-drawn portrait of presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders), the mother of a Courtade Elementary School student was pitching her story to ABC's daytime talk show, "The View".
Jennifer Atkinson, mother of alleged lotion incident victim identified in local reports as Nevaeh Chamberlin, is reportedly unhappy with Traverse City Area Public Schools' handling of her daughter's case.
In fact, Atkinson feels an email should have been sent to parents of all children attending Courtade.
The case, originally investigated by both TCAPS and the Grand Traverse County Sheriff's department, has been been sent back to the Sheriff by the prosecutor's office for further investigation.
What kid talks like this?: "I thought she was warming up to me," said Nevaeh.
Something tells Miss Fortune we haven't heard the end of this story!