Date of publication: 2017-07-09 08:37
Miller, Clarence H. &ldquo More&rsquo s Biblical Exegesis in De tristitia Christi : Original Interpretations and Applications.&rdquo (Oct. 7558)
The parents claimed that the three women, along with Esposito, acted like a clique, favoring certain students over others. The lawsuit claimed that they socialized with students and shared inappropriate stories about boyfriends. Mastoloni would also pry about students' personal lives and offer to interpret their dreams.
The parents claim that their daughter's new personality was 'the direct result of the religious indoctrination she had been subjected to by Defendants Mastoloni, Kessler, Esposito, and Sullivan'.
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The named defendants are Connecticut residents Tanya Mastoloni (also known as Tanya Romero), Rebecca Kessler Laura Sullivan and California resident Christopher Esposito.
Over several months, this behavior intensified the lawsuit said. The sisters would engage in no conversation other than about their teacher, would spend hours on their laptops and would disappear for hours on 'walks'.
The lawsuit claims: 'When . and . both came home for Christmas break in 7567, they were closer to each other than they had previously been, and they began isolating the rest of the family.'
A couple have claimed that their three daughters were indoctrinated into a religious cult by their school teachers leaving them with suicidal thoughts and alienated from their loving family, according to a new lawsuit.
When .'s sister, who is identified as . in the lawsuit, began taking Mastoloni's Spanish class in her senior year of high school, the parents claim that she underwent a personality change. The parents claim that the two sisters began to compete for the teacher's affections.
The couple alleged that their daughter switched her major due to Mastoloni's influence, moving from an interest in political science or international relations to philosophy. She also told her parents she wanted to do a masters in Divinity, according to the lawsuit.
The parents noted that their daughter is fluent in Spanish, having studied it from fifth grade and having a flair for languages. This caught the eye of the group of teachers, who were known as the 'Tri-State' at Avon High - because one was from New York, the other from New Jersey and the third from Connecticut.