Satisfying stories of entitled people who got a taste of reality

[post_page_title]Not their fault[/post_page_title]
It turns out that money can’t buy you grades – no matter how hard you try. One teen in high school paid a tutor for a flash drive that gave him a computer code enabling to swipe other people’s information. He ended up getting all the passwords for his teachers’ computers.

Not their fault

In the end, he changed his and all of his friends’ grades before they were busted. Their argument? They were rich and used to getting what they wanted. The local schools then fought not to have the kids at their school as no one wanted them once they were expelled.

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