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Student who graded his ex-girlfriend's misspelled apology note a D then tweeted it is suspended for cyber bullying

Student who graded his ex-girlfriend's misspelled apology note a D then tweeted it is suspended for cyber bullying - even though she is NOT studying at the same college | 19 July 2017 | A University of Central Florida student who graded his ex's misspelled apology note then tweeted it, has been suspended for cyber bullying. Nick Lutz received the letter from his former flame earlier this year, apologizing for her behaviour during the relationship. But he took the ultimate revenge by picking up on the mistakes in the letter in red pen and sharing it on Twitter. The tweets of the note, which he graded as a D for repetition and bad handwriting, quickly went viral, prompting his ex to file cyberbullying claim. While prosecutors never pursued the charges, Lutz says he has been suspended from his school - despite the fact that his former girlfriend is not a student there.