Supreme Court set to hear major school speech case after cheerleader booted from squad over Snapchat post

The dispute stems from Snapchat posts by a high school sophomore after she did not make a varsity cheer team. But it could have implications for tens of millions of students nationwide, and to what extent schools are allowed to regulate and punish students for speech that happens outside of school.

It pits the school district against Christian groups; the Biden administration against the ACLU; and anti-bullying advocates against student rights groups.

After being cut from the varsity cheer team and placed on the junior varsity squad instead, then-high school sophomore Brandi Levy posted a Snapchat story, intended to disappear after 24 horas, in which she and her friend raised their middle fingers to the camera.

Brandi Levy speaks with Fox News' David Spunt about a Supreme Court case stemming from a pair of shapchats she posted as a sophomore in high school. (Fox News)

Brandi Levy speaks with Fox NewsDavid Spunt about a Supreme Court case stemming from a pair of shapchats she posted as a sophomore in high school. (Fox News)

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