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Teen's Family Sues Over Pregnancy Test


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Sep 10, 2004
A 15-year-old San Marcos girl and her father have filed a federal lawsuit against her school nurse, who allegedly forced the girl to take a pregnancy test.

The lawsuit claims nurse Dyanna Eastwood called the girl to her office and told her that a student at another school claimed he impregnated her.

Eastwood insisted the girl take the test, according to the lawsuit.

The girl said she did not have sex with the boy and denied that she was pregnant.

The girl's lawyer also said she was not pregnant.

The suit, which was filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Austin, claims the girl's privacy and constitutional rights were violated during the January event.

The lawsuit, which seeks unspecified damages, claims Eastwood violated the girl's Fourth Amendment right against unreasonable search and seizure.

"I remember the incident," Eastwood said. "Is that how it went down? No, of course not."

She declined to comment further, saying she wanted to seek legal advice.

The lawsuit also names the San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District as a defendant.

The district's general counsel, Juan Cruz, declined to comment, saying officials have not been served with the lawsuit.

"This whole thing is intrinsically wrong," said John Hindera, the family's Austin lawyer. "She's a 15-year-old girl that's suddenly being confronted with having sex and being pregnant."