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August 1, 2022

25 Year Old Biological Male KICKED OUT Of Cheerleading Camp For Exactly What You Think

TheQuartering [8/1/2022]

According to TheNewYorkPost:

A transgender cheerleader kicked out of a Texas college for allegedly choking a teammate denies there was any physical altercation — and intends to sue, The Post has learned.

Averie Chanel Medlock, 25, insisted her side of the story wasn’t heard before she was slapped with a $500 criminal citation and kicked off her cheer team for allegedly assaulting another cheerleader on July 21 at Ranger College.

“There was no physical contact at all,” Medlock told The Post during a phone interview Monday. “I was just trying to talk it out as an adult.”

Medlock, whose legal name is Averie Chanel Satchell, claims her teammate Karleigh Jones got upset when she refused to buy her a vape.

Medlock later went to Karleigh’s room to apologize, but an argument ensued rather than an assault as alleged, she recalled.

Medlock’s teammate then called her father, who called the police, she said.

The athlete said she was then escorted off university grounds and booted from the Ranger College cheer team. She now plans to sue the school for discrimination and is currently searching for an attorney.

“There should’ve been a meeting with me,” Medlock said of being tossed after the allegation. “There was no questions asked. The coach didn’t even get my side of the story.”

Messages seeking comment from Ranger College cheerleading coach Nichole Turner and university officials were not immediately returned Monday.

“If I would’ve assaulted her, I would be in jail,” Medlock said. “[Jones’ father] made up lies and got me kicked off the team.”

However, Eastland County District Attorney Brad Stephenson said there was an assault — but he believes cops handled the incident appropriately by issuing a citation akin to a speeding ticket or running a stop sign.

 “There definitely was an assault and it could’ve ostensibly been charged as a class A misdemeanor, but I think they appropriately charged it as a class C misdemeanor,” Stephenson told The Post Monday.

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