An Indiana high school senior has been expelled for a Tweet he says was posted from home on his personal account, the Huffington Post reports.

“One of my tweets was, f— is one of this f—ing words you can f—ing put anywhere in a f—ing sentence and it still f—ing makes sense,” Garrett High School senior Austin Carroll told Indiana’s NewsCenter. The expulsion comes when Carroll is on the home stretch toward graduation. Carroll’s mother Pam Smith said she doesn’t agree with her son’s Tweet, but doesn’t agree with an expulsion either. To her, a suspension lasting several days is more appropriate. Carroll says he doesn’t think he should be punished by the school for what he posts on his own time and on his own computer. The student is finishing high school at an alternative school and will be able to graduate…

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