I can’t say I’ve ever heard of something like this happening before…
But you never know what you’re gonna get on Reddit’s “Am I the A**hole?” page and that’s what it’s so great!
Now go ahead and read this story and let us know if you think this woman was out of line.
AITA for suing my parents for my college money?
“My great-aunt set up savings accounts for all of her female relatives. In our culture education for women is not really valued and she thought that was bulls**t.
She lived with her father in London where she was educated. She went on to attend university and became a doctor She married a British man, they moved to America and had a great life. She funded the education of as many of her nieces and grand nieces as she could.
When she passed away she left money for every girl relative she could.
My parents managed to access the accounts that were set up for my sister and I. They used it to pay for my brother’s wedding. My sister didn’t care because she got married two years out of high school and had no intention of going to college.
When I graduated I went to the bank to get money for school and it was almost all gone. There was like $13,000 left.
I asked my parents about it and they said they had needed the money. I finally found out where the money went. I got furious. I got student loans and moved out. I am a great source of shame to them and I don’t give two fu**s.
I am currently suing them for the money that was left for me. My entire family is against me. They all think I am a complete a**hole for airing private family business in public. And that I am putting money ahead of family. My friends are all on my side but they are all Americans and don’t really get my culture. Neither do I to be honest.
My brother called me up and offered to pay for my university if I drop the lawsuit. I agreed as long as we had a legally binding contract. He said I was being an asshole for not trusting him. I said he should not have accepted my money for his wedding. It is causing all kinds of embarrassment in our community.
I am somewhat ashamed to be doing this but I don’t want to have this debt I should not have.”
And here’s what Reddit users had to say.
One person said she’s NTA and her parents flat-out stole her money.
Another reader said this is definitely a criminal matter.
And this individual said she’s NTA and she needs to keep fighting to what is hers.
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