One Direction member’s tweets about Chelsea parents upset anti-bullying spokesman

Brooks Gibbs, national spokesperson for Office Depot Foundation’s bullying prevention program, says he’s bummed about One Direction band member Louis Tomlinson’s tweets toward two Chelsea parents. (Photo/Associated Press)

Brooks Gibbs, national spokesperson for Office Depot Foundation’s bullying prevention program, says he’s bummed about One Direction band member Louis Tomlinson’s tweets toward two Chelsea parents. (Photo/Associated Press)

A spokesman for an anti-bullying program that has worked with the band One Direction is unhappy about tweets from member Louis Tomlinson mocking Chelsea High School parents.

The parents, Michael and Mary Stone, complained last week that a One Direction song was too risqué for a Chelsea High School show choir performance.

Read the rest of my article at [The Ann Arbor News].

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