(CNN) – The mother of a New Hampshire student who received free food from a canteen employee told a local newspaper that her son was not a needy child.
The mother said, "I have three children, all well cared for and fed.
"She was not released because she fed a hungry child.
Bonnie Kimball was fired from her job Café Services in April after a student at Mascoma Valley Regional High School in Canaan had dinner without paying for it. She said he told her he did not have any money.
Kimball's former employer said she had not charged the student for several months.
The mother shared Kimball's Facebook messages to her son showing the dining room The worker asked the student to pay the account so that her supervisor saw no problem after the supervisor watched her giving the boy food ,
A message from Kimball to the student read, "So Wendy was called in the office. If we let you go wendy, sometimes we told them you could bring in cash. So if you could put 20 in your account, that would be great because the VFB will see us tomorrow as we call you.
After the student says, "Okay," Kimball says, "We're probably written, but we can make it look good. Lol.
In the Facebook news, Kimball tells the student that she was fired before telling him that she "is flying to New York on world news just to meet some famous football players."
When reached earlier this week, Kimball said, "My lawyer advised me not to talk to anyone." She refused to give her lawyer's name. CNN again tried to get a statement from Kimball on Friday.
Kimball has been charged with violating Café Services' and federal and school policies, as evidenced by a letter of termination sent to CNN. She had worked at Mascoma Valley Regional High School for more than four years, according to the New Hampshire Union Leader.
In a written statement, Brian Stone, President of the School Department of Café Services, said the student was facing a full lunch, as well as fries and two packets of biscuits. When the student arrived at the cash register, Kimball took a powerade and added it to his tray, he said. Then she had the student take the full lunch that was allowed by school policy, adding that there were four more elements.
"Not only should she have allowed the additional a la carte items, but also none of the recorded or billed items, including the main meal, to the student account so they could be paid for in the future," Stone said ,