Former HS Cheerleader Sues School & Coach for Passing Around Naughty Emails Found in Social Networking Site – A Mississippi teen says her right to privacy was violated when her cheerleading coach got into her Facebook account and read an email she wrote to another cheerleader that contained some profanity. How did the coach get into Mandi Jackson’s account? With her username and password, of course, which the girl had turned over to the coach after she made the team. The coach had asked for that info from all the girls because she was told she had to monitor social networking sites. According to the lawsuit, after coach Tommie Hill read the e-mails, she suspended Jackson from cheering at football games and pep rallies. The real problem comes from the allegation that Hill disseminated content — including private messages with another Pearl High School student — from Jackson’s account to other teachers, cheerleading coaches, and the principal and superintendent. And, somehow, that is now worth–with punitive damages–$100 million. (WAPT)
Bleacher Report Posts It’s College Football Top 25 Rankings: Top 25 Cheerleaders, That Is – Finally, an in-depth analysis of something that’s really important. Link includes slideshow, drooling is optional.