Supreme Court to hear case of cheerleader suspended for Snapchat post

Supreme Court to hear case of cheerleader suspended for Snapchat post


A cheerleader who was suspended from the squad because she posted “f–k school, f—k cheer” on Snapchat will now have her case heard by the Supreme Court — which will weigh whether her free speech rights were violated.

Brandi Levy was just 14 and a freshman cheerleader in Mahonoy, Pennsylvania when she sent the offending Snapchat to her friends after not getting accepted into the varsity squad, she told ABC News.

“I was frustrated. I was upset. I was angry. And a made a post on Snapchat,” she told the station.

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“I said, F school, F cheer, F softball, F everything,” she said of the post, which she sent to her pals on a weekend in 2017.

The vulgar post soon came to the attention of school administrators, and she was suspended from cheerleading for an entire year, the station said.

Now aged 18, Levy and her lawyers have taken their free-speech fight against her school district through the

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