A 15-year-old girl in Kentucky spent 6 days in juvenile detention after wearing a T-shirt to class that protested her high school’s dress code

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  • Isabella Messer was arrested at Hopkinsville High School in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, on August 23. 
  • It came after officials said she violated the dress code twice and had an altercation with a school resource officer. 
  • In the first dress code violation incident, Isabella was stopped by her principal for wearing a shirt that exposed her shoulders.
  • On August 23, Isabella wore a T-Shirt to school with the message, “Do my shoulders turn you on?” printed across the front.  The back of the shirt read: “If so, return to the 1920’s.”
  • A police report said Isabella kicked the school resource officer on his right shin when he tried to take her phone following her arrest. 

A 15-year-old girl in Kentucky was arrested and taken to a juvenile detention center for six days after wearing a T-shirt to class that protested her high school’s dress code, the teen’s mother told INSIDER.

The arrest on August 23 came after officials say Isabella Messer had an altercation with a school resource officer at Hopkinsville High School following what the school saw as two dress code violations, according to the Lexington Herald Leader.

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