(KCEN) An eighth grade student in Copperas Cove, Texas, was told to change her pro-LGBT shirt because school officials said it violated the dress code.

Ali Chaney, 13, wore the t-shirt, which had rainbow text that said "Some people are gay. Get over it."

Near the beginning of the school day, Ali was summoned to the office at SC Lee Junior High School, where she said school officials told her she had to change her shirt. Her mother, Cassie Watson, said Ali called her crying because she felt school leaders were discriminating against her for being gay.

"I would never, ever have expected it from the administration. I would think that the administration would be the first ones there to support her," Watson said.

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