CAMDEN (WPVI) -- A South Jersey college student who sued her estranged parents for college tuition has lost a court battle.
Action News Investigative Reporter Wendy Saltzman first reported on the battle between Caitlyn Ricci and her divorced parents.
Ricci had asked a judge to force them to pay $16,000 for her out-of-state tuition at Temple University.
In December 2014, Maura McGarvey and Matthew Ricci refused and then appealed that decision to a higher court.
On Friday, a judge found in the parents favor.
Her parents told Action News in 2014 they were willing to pay for her education in state, in New Jersey, under certain conditions.
NJ teen suing parents for tuition loses court battle
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