Bailey Davis was fired in January from her job as a cheerleader for the New Orleans Saints. The offense? An Instagram post.
Now, Davis is protesting her firing in a complaint filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. She feels there’s an imbalance between the rules of conduct relating to players versus those relating to “Saintsations,” the name for Saints cheerleaders.
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“The players have the freedom to post whatever they want to on social media. They can promote themselves, but we can’t post anything on our social media about being a Saintsation,” Davis told Lulu Garcia-Navarro on NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday. Read more…
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