The lawsuit by 18-year-old Rachel Canning against her parents is taking another twist, now allegations are being made against her best friend's family that are paying her legal fees.

 

(L-R) Rachel Canning, John Inglesino, Rachel's attorney, Sean & Elizabeth Canning, attorney, Elizabeth Canning, Sean Canning (CBS New York)

Sean and Elizabath Canning accuse John Inglesino and his wife of providing alcohol to Canning and encouraging her lawsuit according to the Star Ledger.

"Rachel came home bragging saying that during the limo ride to N.Y., Mrs. Inglesino gave all the girls wine coolers to drink," writes the Cannings in legal papers according to the  newspaper. "This type of behavior we did not condone."

The Inglesino's "operated under the belief that their parenting style is somehow superior to our own" according to the legal papers, and have "enabled this situation to an absurd level" and call them a "hindrance in family healing."

A judge in Morristown Tuesday ruled against immediately forcing Rachel Canning‘s parents to pay her $650 weekly child support and pay for her remaining year of high school tuition, as she requested in a lawsuit filed last week. Judge Peter Bogaard scheduled a hearing for next month to decide whether to require her parents to pay for Canning’s college tuition.

Friday morning on the Facebook page Education for Rachel, a message seemingly directed at Canning's parents was posted. "Suburban baby boomer types are the spoiled lot, they make massive amount of money a year, they are used to flying to luxury destinations when they want, and buy things that they don't need, people should be inclined to see things Rachel's way."

The message was concerned that "in today's economy there are no more meaningful jobs" and she will have to join the military.

The New York Post confirmed with Rachel Canning that she created this Facebook page.

FULL TEXT OF FRIDAY POST ON "EDUCATION FOR RACHEL" FACEBOOK PAGE

Suburban baby boomer types are the spoiled lot, they make massive amount of money a year, they are used to flying to luxury destinations when they want, and buy things that they don't need, people should be inclined to see things Rachel's way.

We have been stunned by the financial greed of modern parents who are more concerned with retiring into some fantasy world rather than provide for their children's college and young adult years.

In today's economy there are no more meaningful jobs and without family help it's usually military or bust. We see parents like this every day, children were always an accessory to them and nothing more, once that accessory grew up and went out of fashion, much like a marriage that people allegedly commit to, the child becomes a throwaway, that's just how it is.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report