Trans cheerleader Averie Chanel Medlock kicked out of camp after allegedly choking teammate

A transgender cheerleader who was born a organic male was kicked out of a Texas cheerleading camp and given a felony quotation after allegedly choking a feminine teammate.

“Effectively guys I’m formally retired as a cheerleader as of final night time at 5:30 AM. A lady on the crew was being very disrespectful and informed me I’m a MAN with a PENIS and that [guys] shouldn’t be on the crew,” the cheerleader, Averie Chanel Medlock, wrote on Fb final week. “I stood up for myself and she or he referred to as her mother and pa as a result of she was scared as a result of I [stood] up for myself. Her father stated ‘she nonetheless has testosterone and a penis and I’ll kill anybody who comes after my daughter.’ “

The incident occurred at Ranger School, the place police responded to a dispute between the members of the crew, in accordance with Fb posts from crew members. Medlock alleges {that a} teammate made transphobic and racist remarks earlier than the altercation, with mobile phone video displaying different cheerleaders hiding in a room from an agitated Medlock.

The daddy of the woman whom Medlock allegedly choked was additionally referred to as to the scene by his daughter and he has begun pushing for police to launch physique digicam and CCTV footage of the incident.

“I ask you what you’d have completed when receiving a telephone name at 1 o’clock within the morning out of your daughter stating that they had locked themselves within the room with different ladies,” the daddy, Mike Jones, wrote on Fb. “At no time did I ever say something about your race or your gender.”

Averie Chanel Medlock and her teammate had the confrontation at Ranger College.
Averie Chanel Medlock and her teammate had the confrontation at Ranger School.
Fb/Averie Chanel Medlock

Medlock asserts that the bodily confrontation with the opposite cheerleader was truly a joke, however police on the scene gave the previous cheerleader a felony quotation for assault and eliminated Medlock from campus.

The incident comes as debate continues to rage about transgender participation in feminine athletics, most not too long ago within the case of College of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas.

Thomas competed for the varsity’s male swim crew between 2017 and 2020, however transitioned to compete with females for the 2021 season. Thomas turned the primary transgender athlete to win an NCAA Division 1 nationwide championship in 2022, and has since been on the heart of debate round transgender participation in sports activities.

The controversy has led to 18 states passing laws that bans or limits transgender participation to the athlete’s beginning intercourse.