Averie Chanel Medlock, 25, is a biological male, went on a vicious rampage.
“Well guys I’m officially retired as a cheerleader as of last night at 5:30 AM. A girl on the team was being very disrespectful and told me I am a MAN with a PENIS and that [guys] should not be on the team,” the cheerleader, Averie Chanel Medlock, claimed on Facebook last week. “I stood up for myself and she called her mom and dad because she was scared because I [stood] up for myself. Her father said ‘she still has testosterone and a penis and I will kill anyone who comes after my daughter.’”
What actually happened forced other Ranger College Cheerleading squad members to barricade themselves in a room. Medlock claimed it was another teammate’s fault, but cell phone video shows squad members hiding from an angry Medlock in a room.
According to reports, Medlock allegedly choked one of the girls after verbal arguments. The father of the girl who Medlock allegedly choked is also demanding that police release the body camera and CCTV footage to show how out of control the 25-year-old was.
“I ask you what you would have done when receiving a phone call at 1 o’clock in the morning from your daughter stating they had locked themselves in the room with other girls,” the father, Mike Jones, wrote on Facebook. “At no time did I ever say anything about your race or your gender.”
Medlock doesn’t deny a physical confrontation took place but claimed it was “actually a joke.” Police didn’t seem to see it that way and issued Medlock a criminal citation for the altercation and removed Medlock from campus.
The school has kicked Medlock off the team but is opening a Title IX investigation. It’s no wonder why the girls father is demanding all the video be released the school is getting ready to railroad somebody.
Ranger College said the school was opening a Title IX investigation.
“Ranger College takes all allegations of this nature seriously and is committed to providing a learning environment free from discrimination. At this time, Ranger College is following all applicable Title IX regulations and Board Policies,” the school said.