Remember when all you had to worry about was your daughter posting naked selfies of herself on Facebook? Now, things are worse.

In what has to be a new low for the Millennial generation, a daughter’s Facebook boasting has cost her family $80,000, and likely ruined the European vacation she was bragging about….

Patrick Snay was the headmaster for Gulliver Preparatory School, but in 2010, the school did not renew his contract. Snay sued the school, alleging age discrimination. Eventually the school and Snay came to a settlement agreement for $80,000. As is common in settlements of this kind, the agreement contained a confidentiality clause. For those playing along at home, a confidentiality clause means that neither Snay, nor the school, could talk about the settlement. Simple stuff, really.

But daughter Dana Snay didn’t get the memo. After the settlement was reached, she posted this on Facebook, according to the Miami Herald:

“Mama and Papa Snay won the case against Gulliver,” Dana Snay posted days later to her 1,200 Facebook friends. “Gulliver is now officially paying for my vacation to Europe this summer. SUCK IT.”

Suck it, indeed.

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