The parents of the unfortunately named and ill-fated Larry King, a gay 15-year-old who was shot to death by a classmate in Oxnard, California, are suing Larry's school. But here's the rub: the Kings are claiming the school is culpable because teachers allowed Larry to wear makeup and feminine clothing in the classroom, the AP reports. King was shot by Brandon McInerney, who is being charged as an adult and is facing prosecution for a hate crime, as it is thought that he shot Larry for simply being his flamboyant self. "The family's claim, filed last week in Ventura County Superior Court, said administrators and teachers failed to enforce the school's dress code when King wore feminine clothing and makeup to school," according to the AP. "His parents, Dawn and Gregory King, said faculty members knew their son had 'unique vulnerabilities' and was subject to abuse because of his sexual orientation." [AP via MSNBC]