A transgender cheerleader has been kicked out of a Texas college camp for allegedly strangling a teammate, denies there had been any physical altercation, claiming that she was completely a father Based on the “assumptions” of the team was booted from.
Avery Chanel Medlock, 25, insists that her side of the story was not heard before slapping her with a criminal quote for allegedly assaulting another cheerleader at Ranger College on July 21.
“Due to Dad’s assumptions about what happened, I was fired from the team for the assumptions,” Medlock Told news stations KTAB/KRBC of your partner’s father.
Medlock, whose real name is Avery Chanel Satchel, claimed that he and the other girl, identified only as Carleigh, had an ongoing dispute, which boiled over, causing her teammate to call her father. Called and claimed that he strangled her.
Medlock then told officers that he did not touch Carleigh, but later referred to assault by physical contact, according to the stations.
Medlock said that no one in the camp had a problem with his identity until Carle and his father complained.
“They knew I was trans,” Medlock said. “They knew I was different from all the other girls. It was no big deal until his father came and did a scene. ,
According to the report, Medlock was able to attend Ranger College’s cheer program camp after being legally classified as a woman in Texas and changing her name about a month ago.
medlock posted footage What he called “video evidence” shows he didn’t assault Carle because his teammates called him a “male” saying he had a penis.
Medlock wrote in the post, “Her father is walking around saying I strangled him and passed him out.”
“I was just joking with Carleigh,” Medlock said on the clip. “I’ve never done anything bad to Carleigh.”
Medlock called Carly’s father, Mike Jones, in the Post, insisting that she “get her facts straight.”
Meanwhile, Jones claims that his daughter called him at 1 a.m. hiding in a room not far from Medlock.
“I wonder when this person will be the master of his actions!” Jones wrote on Facebook. “And stop trying to ruin our lives!”
Messages seeking comment from Medlock, Ranger Police and university officials were not immediately returned early Monday.
KTAB/KRBC reported that Jones declined to be interviewed on-camera. But he and other parents said they were uncomfortable with Medlock being in the camp because she is 25 years old and born as a biological male.
Ranger College issued a statement on the matter, calling it “seriously all allegations of this nature” while committed to providing a discrimination-free learning environment.
“At this time, Ranger College is adhering to all applicable Title IX regulations and board policies,” the statement read.
A citation from the Ranger Police Department obtained by the stations shows that Medlock was cited for assault by physical contact on July 22, hours after the alleged assault.