UPDATE: Kaylee Timonet and her mother are responding to Walker High School’s principal’s apology.

WALKER — In an email to all Walker High School parents on Sunday night, Walker High Principal Jason St. Pierre apologized to Kaylee Timonet and is trying to make amends on a stripped scholarship, but the Timonet family says they refuse to accept his apology and it’s too late.

It comes after Unfiltered with Kiran‘s report where Timonet was stripped of her scholarship & SGA president title over a dance at a private party after homecoming. Since UWK‘s report, the Livingston Parish School system launched an investigation into St. Pierre’s actions. As of now, there’s no word from Livingston Parish Schools Superintendent Joe Murphy on whether St. Pierre is facing any disciplinary action.

The private party was at the Livingston Parish Country Club after Walker High’s homecoming on Sept. 30. Kaylee Timonet, 17, a senior at Walker High was in a video dancing behind a friend “twerking.” The hired DJ at the party showed Kaylee’s mother the video before he posted it to ask her permission. Rachel Timonet, Kaylee’s mother said she did not see anything wrong with the video and she was present at the party.

MORE: https://unfilteredwithkiran.com/walker-highs-principal-apologizes-scholarship-family-refuses-to-accept-apology/

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