There's a reason it's a Southern tradition. For many who grow up in the South, cotillion classes are a rite of passage. Mama sees them as a way for little Bobby to learn social graces; little Bobby sees them as a torturous excuse for Mama to make him wear his Sunday clothes on a weekday.
As the tough-talking prankster on "American High," a documentary about a group of Highland Park high school seniors, year-old Morgan Moss didn't hesitate sharing his turbulent adolescence with viewers. In one segment his father blasts his "rotten manners" and pigsty room. But the budding filmmaker, who spent hours videotaping his life for public display, received more exposure than he bargained for when a former girlfriend began circulating a flier with his nude photo. Earlier this month a security camera captured the year-old leaving a stack of the fliers in the Highland Park Metra station, police Cmdr. Joel Cohen said Thursday.