A former Titans cheerleader is accused of pulling a year-old boys pants off and offering him oral sex. She denies the allegations. Black Mountain News reports that Elizabeth Leigh Garner, 42, of Nashville was indicted last week on aggravated sexual battery and solicitation of a minor for child rape. In February, the boy told police he was at his home when he went upstairs to use the bathroom.
Disturbing video shows high school cheerleaders forced into repeated splits
The Middleton High School cheerleaders comprises one of the most recognizable features of Middleton High School —and by extension, Middleton itself—and made famous by Kim Possible performing some of her exploits in her cheerleader uniform. For much of Kim's time at Middleton High School, she was usually the captain of each cheerleading squad she participated in. Then she was the captain of the Varsity Cheerleading Squad in her Senior year . It was unclear which squad Kim was on her Junior year of high school,  as her team always seemed spotlighted at each sporting and cheerleading event.
Cheerleader pummels girl who challenges her to fight
Former Australian cricket captain Alex Blackwell says it is a "misconception" that homophobia is a lesser issue in girls' and women's sport, after a new study revealed many lesbian athletes report experiencing abuse after coming out. A new study by Monash University says nearly 50 per cent of LGBT girls in youth team sport reported being a victim of homophobic abuse after coming out publicly — compared to 24 per cent who were abused but who had not come out. Blackwell said the study showed that "gender norms and sexuality norms have been a problem in sport for a very long time", but there had not been any "meaningful action and meaningful solutions" from sporting bodies. There are misconceptions that lots of lesbians play sport, and what we've found in the research is the percentage of lesbians playing sport as teenagers is the same as the percentage of lesbians in the population," she said.
By Joshua Rhett Miller. A pint-size cheerleader in California pummeled another girl who challenged her to a fight while still in her uniform, a dramatic video shows. The footage, posted early Saturday, purportedly shows Savannah Sprague, a cheerleader for Clayton Valley Charter High School, brutally beating an unidentified girl who had just challenged her to a fight as the cheerleader sat at a table in Concord while surrounded by other youngsters, some still holding their backpacks. Nobody speaks on you guys, nobody talks about you guys.