Regardless of his age, he's a high school junior. Yes, he's a legal adult. Yes, this is a matter of public record. But do you not find it at all gross that FloTrack and MileSplit, which made money off of promoting his likeness and track exploits, continues to make money by promoting and making nationally known his darkest moments? They're promoting their brand without any respect for his privacy or personhood. They're entitled to do whatever they want. It just seems gross to me. And I may cancel my FloPro account over it.
So the biggest name in High School track and field was supposed to just disappear the week of his state meet and no one was supposed to report what happened? And no one would question where he was? It's news and not a minor crime.