Kaitlin Tiller, the teen mom whose photo was banned from her school's yearbook, just wanted to have a photo of her in the yearbook with what she cherished most – her son. The teen mom banned from the yearbook told her local news station, "I wouldn't be the person I am today if it wasn't for him."
A Randolph County teen says school officials pulled a picture of her and her son from the high school yearbook after telling her it promoted teen pregnancy.
Seventeen-year-old Kaitlin Tiller posed with her son, Leelin, for the Wheatmore High School yearbook photo last summer after the school told seniors to pose with something that represents them or an achievement.
"I wouldn't be the person I am today if it wasn't for him," she told WGHP-TV's Chad Tucker.
Randolph County Schools Superintendent Donald Andrews said Friday the yearbook's practice has been to include photos only of graduating students, though family and friends could appear with seniors in advertisements.
The school did accept photos of students with their family pets, Kaitlin told WGHP-TV.