When Keandre Varner found his principal's mug shot online, he posted it to Instagram, along with his opinion that she had been arrested for DUI. In fact, Jamille Miller-Brown, principal of Georgia's Riverdale High School, had been arrested for missing a court appearance on a speeding ticket. Miller-Brown summoned Varner to her office where she tried unsuccessfully to have a police officer arrest him Failing that, she suspended Varner for four days. That was later reduced to two days.
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