Waukesha West blocks girl's dream prom date with Steelers' Le'Veon Bell

Posted March 19, 2017

Pittsburgh Steelers star Le'Veon Bell has been banned from attending a Wisconsin high school's prom with a student, according to Annysa Johnson of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Bell responded to Tarintino's tweet that same day and said, "welllll, a deal is a deal....see youu at your prom".

The district also said Bell is also in violation of a policy prohibiting dates who have been arrested for underage drinking or drug use.

"You can Google Mr. Bell", spokeswoman Terry Schuster said.

Tarantino's father, Jim, told the Post-Crescent he agrees with and supports the school's policy, but is hopeful something can be worked out so Bell can attend the dance as a celebrity exception. Once Tarantino secured 600 retweets of her date request through social media - a stipulation playfully set forth by Bell - the National Football League star has committed to attending the dance and plans to bring his family.

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Big fan: Ava Tarantino, of Waukesha, Wisconsin, loves the Pittsburgh Steelers, especially their running back Le'Veon Bell.

"I have 100 percent faith that my school will let things go and he'll be able to come", said Tarantino.

The running back intends to bring his mother to the dance as well as his own girlfriend, who will be doing Ava's makeup, WISN reported.

It's safe to say she won the bet by a landslide.

In August of 2014, Bell was charged for DUI and marijuana possession. But, per district policy, Bell can not go to the dance. "And I think the fact that he's agreed to do this and to bring his family, speaks very highly of who he is as a person". The family does say if Bell is not allowed to attend, there are other public student events that Bell would be allowed to attend.