In Ohio, a former Northmont high school student, Jordan Evans said he was wrongly accused of smelling like marijuana in his first period class last week.
Katina Cottrell, the teen’s mother is a registered nurse was called to the school where she tried to prove her son’s innocence. She took a drug test to the school and tested him in front of the principal. The results came back negative.
Cottrell then took her son to urgent care to have another test done the same day, with the same negative result. Cottrell said she’s worried her son is being racially discriminated against.
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