Statements in the complaint about a student's grades are probably protected by the litigation privilege. I suspect that if Franco really cared about his privacy, he could seek an order that the complaint be "sealed" so that it wouldn't be available to the general public. However, since Franco has apparently acknowledged in the media that he got a "D," I doubt that he would file a motion for such an order, let alone that the court would issue one.
Originally Posted by agalisgv
Last edited by Vagabond; 12-23-2011 at 12:40 AM.
^^^That's my thinking as well