Teen Cheerleader’s Snapchat Brings Supreme Court Clash Over Schools & Free Speech


By Devin Dwyer & Jacqueline Yoo, ABC News


When 14-year-old Brandi Levy didn’t make the varsity cut as a freshman cheerleader for the Mahanoy Golden Bears, she sounded off on social media, as teenagers are known to do.

“I was frustrated. I was upset. I was angry. And I made a post on Snapchat,” Levy told ABC News Live. “I said, ‘F school, F cheer, F softball, F everything.'”

When she posted the vulgar message to her friends on a weekend in 2017, she never thought she’d hear about it again. But days later, the school accused her of…more

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