Brooklyn Decker admitted on MTV’s “When I Was 17” that she got into a bit of fight with a high school teacher over the layout for the yearbook — she thought she deserved a full page!
“My friend Ashley and I were in this class. I was the senior class president and Ashley was student body president, and the yearbook teacher did not want to give student council a page in the yearbook,” Brooklyn explains to MTV. “We funded all these clubs and we support all these clubs through spirit week and so we thought we deserve a page in the yearbook.”
But the teacher, Ms. Smith, had her reasons.
“We had one page left in the book,” the teacher recalls. “We were trying to decide what group would get that one last page, and I said, ‘Listen guys, the same people who are in student council are in lots of other things and so I think we should give the page to this less visible group in the school.’ ”
And that’s when Brooklyn, according to her friend, “just like, lost it.”
“We started yelling things at one another and by the end of the class Ashley took a trash can and just chucked it at a wall,” the Just Go With It star shares. “And I walked out of the class and I went like this [makes a provocative gesture] and I yelled, ‘Suck it!’ to my teacher.”
“I don’t know what came over me, I was crazy in high school,” she adds. “I was like, all hopped up on Red Bull or something, I don’t know.”
Watch the Brooklyn tell the story below!