Eight McIntosh High School cheerleaders suspended for performing drunk at game

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If there’s one thing we appreciate around here, it’s a good cheerleading scandal. Whether it be racy uniforms or mother/daughter identity theft, we’re dedicated to bringing you all the latest pom-pom gossip you can handle.

Today’s item comes to us from Georgia, where eight cheerleaders have been suspended for performing drunk at their school’s football game.

Eight McIntosh High School cheerleaders have been suspended for being drunk while performing during a varsity football game on Oct. 10, Fayette County schools spokeswoman Melinda Berry-Dreisbach confirmed Friday afternoon. They were under the influence at the football game, she said. I don’t know if they had bottles or whatever it was, but they were under the influence.

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