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Supreme Court rules in favor of cheerleader who was kicked off squad for posting ‘f**k cheer’ on Snapchat

Say High School Violated Her Freedom Of Speech



The US Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a cheerleader who was kicked off her squad for posting ‘f**k cheer’ on Snapchat, saying the high school violated her freedom of speech.

The court sided with Pennsylvania teen Brandi Levy, then 14, in a landmark ruling Wednesday that extends the protection of free speech among school students to social media.

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