Original ‘Tiger Mom’ bares claws at Yale over allegations she boozed with students

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The original “Tiger Mom” is baring her claws at Yale University — after it yanked a position from the law professor for allegedly holding boozy parties with students at her Connecticut home.

Amy Chua — who famously wrote “Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother” touting tough-love Chinese parenting in 2011 — suggests in a bizarre, fiery, three-page open letter to her Yale colleagues that she is being targeted by students “who oppose ‘controversial opinions’ I’ve expressed.”

The Yale Law School professor had initially lost the privilege of overseeing a small group of first-year students outside class in 2019, according to the Yale Daily News.

That’s because some alumni alleged to university officials at the time that Chua had been drinking with students at dinner parties at her house, the News said.


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