And this time everything was in his condition.
"This was chosen by an 8-year-old girls' school," Horton told CNN. Said. “I'm a father and I'm tired of seeing injustices like this. I wanted to go there and help build this girl's trust. ”
Earlier this month, Horton only took 4 1/2 hours to Michigan to make it happen. A request? Marian should wear the red braided extension for shooting.
Im I wanted him to know that he was and that he wasn't a problem, Hort Horton said.
That's what Marian did.
The photos show a multicolored wardrobe provided by Pamela Blackman, CEO of Marian and Joy Management, and Mieka Joi, CEO of clothing brand Rich Girl Candy.
Marian & # 39; s story made headlines when the school photo was prevented from being photographed because of the hairstyle in October.
"Scott called us with tears," said Marian's father Doug Scott to CNN. Di He wore extensions to the school before and didn't tell us anything, so it was surprising to us that the first time we heard it was a violation of the dress code. ”
Ben Kriesch, director of Paragon Charter Academy, where Marian went to school, told WILX that Marian's red extensions violated school policy.
The station's Paragon Charter Academy's handbook said that the students' hair color should be "natural tones" to take their photos.
The school did not respond promptly to CNN's comment request.
As a result, Marian's family expelled her from the Paragon Charter School three weeks ago.
Okul The school didn't apologize or had any intention of changing its policies, Scott said Scott CNN. "They made my daughter feel inadequate and every child should feel good at school."
In light of what happened, Scott says a negative situation has turned into a positive one.
Dı He made me see that there are people who care about me like Jermaine. My daughter has been very disappointed before, but now she is much happier. ”
Gabrielle Sorto of CNN contributed to this report.