School says 7th-grader's 'Star Wars' T-shirt too violent

A 7th grader in Rosenberg says he was forced by school administrators to cover up his Star Wars t-shirt.

Joe Southern says his son, Colton, wore a shirt depicting the "Star Wars - The Force Awakens" logo, along with a Storm Trooper holding a weapon, to class Thursday at George Junior High School.

He's apparently worn it to school several times before without any issue.

On Thursday, though, school officials told Colton the shirt was banned because it has a gun, or at least a picture of what in the movie is weapon. Read the full story from Fox News here.


Star Wars shirt banned at school! My son came home from George Junior High School in Rosenberg, TEXAS, and informed me...

Posted by Joe Southern on Thursday, December 10, 2015


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