Parents File Wrongful Death Suit Against Stanford In Soccer Goalie's Suicide

11/25/2022 7:18:00 AM

“Stanford’s after-hours disciplinary charge, and the reckless nature of submission to Katie, caused ... an acute stress reaction,″ states the lawsuit.

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“Stanford’s after-hours disciplinary charge, and the reckless nature of submission to Katie, caused ... an acute stress reaction,″ states the lawsuit.

“Stanford’s after-hours disciplinary charge, and the reckless nature of submission to Katie, caused ... an acute stress reaction,″ states the lawsuit.

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If she had persevered, the outcome of her hearing might not have been so dire. I don't see a notice letter as 'reckless.' Were they supposed to deliver it on a silver tray by a team of pschologists? The outcome might still have been the same. Yes, it's tragic and regrettable. Something tells me she was coddled as a child. Just a hunch.

Awful story. That poor woman. Ridiculous lawsuit… horrible that their daughter killed herself but such weak claims. Why was the 'heartbroken' adjective used in a report? That's subjective and makes it looks suspiciously like you're advocating for one side. So sad. Wow. Stanford just needs to fucking pay. The end.

Parents of former Stanford goalie Katie Meyer file wrongful death lawsuit against universityEditor's note: If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24 hours a day at 1-800-273-8255.

Katie Meyer's parents file wrongful death suit against StanfordAccording to the lawsuit, Meyer was deeply perturbed by a possible disciplinary action she was facing.

Parents of the late goalie Katie Meyer sue Stanford for wrongful death: reportThe parents of Katie Meyer, the former Stanford soccer goalie who died by suicide, have sued the university for wrongful death. That’s complete crap. Just another money grab. You don’t commit suicide on something like that unless you were already in depression stemming from something else. She had issues prior. Not Stanfords fault. Stevie Wonder coulda seen THIS comin'... Sad story. The Woke college administration caused the tragedy.

Soccer Star Katie Meyer’s Parents Sue Stanford for Wrongful Death“Katie’s suicide was completed without planning and solely in response to the shocking and deeply distressing information she received from Stanford while alone in her room without any support or resources,” the filing adds. I hope they find the peace and acceptance that they are searching for. That’s a One less weakling amongst us. She couldn’t handle a touch of adversity so she chose the easy way out. No headstone, no heaven, no rezpekt.

Parents of ex-Stanford goalie Katie Meyer sue university for wrongful deathThe parents of Katie Meyer, the former Stanford soccer goalkeeper who killed herself in February, have sued the university for wrongful death. No one commits suicide because they got an email absent depression. She was depressed. The family can’t accept that. No surprise. I was depressed for 10 years. Parents never want to see that in their child. They’ll blame everything and everyone to absolve their guilt. Parents still don’t get it.

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By Trends Reporter, HuffPost Nov 24, 2022, 11:18 PM EST .died by suicide in February .earlier this year , filed a wrongful death suit against the university Wednesday.Meyer took her own life, the suit states she was facing disciplinary action for allegedly spilling coffee on a Stanford football player while she was riding her bike, according to the complaint filed Wednesday in Santa Clara County Superior Court.