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Teen who sued parents returns home

ROSELAND, N.J. — The New Jersey honor student who sued to get her parents to support her after she moved out of their home has reunited with them, and the family is now asking for privacy.

Rachel Canning’s return does not involve any financial or other considerations, the lawyer for the 18-year-old’s parents said Wednesday. Angelo Sarno said that the dispute had been settled ‘‘amicably,’’ but refused to comment further on the litigation.

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Sarno said Rachel Canning moved back in with her parents on Tuesday night.

Canning had left her parents’ house on Oct. 30, two days before she turned 18 after a tumultuous stretch during which her parents separated and reconciled.

Canning’s parents said their daughter left home because she didn’t want to abide by reasonable household rules and end a relationship with a boyfriend her parents say is a bad influence.

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