Completely agree with the facebook admins. This is NOT cyberbullying. It's unfortunate that she's using such a serious issue as a ploy to selfishly get a bad image of her removed. I don't condone the crude remarks, but it's a football fan page, and she chose to represent the team publicly (whether as a volunteer or not is besides the point), so she opened herself to this type of scrutiny from rival fans. She's more of a victim of her own narcissism and ego than any form of cyber bullying. Sure, I'd HATE if my loved ones were being called ugly (in multiple ways) on some fan page, but I'd know to just ignore it, especially if they were public figures in a situation like this. I'm sure the families of politicians, actresses, female athletes, etc. hear much worse directly aimed at their loved ones, and they have no choice but to ignore it. Yesterday, Deadspin took the worst photo of Beyonce ever, and turned it into a public photoshop contest to see who can make the most fun of it. Obviously Jay-z wouldn't be happy about something like that. It's actually much much worse than this bc in this cheerleader case, no one is directly attacking the girl by name or going on a witch hunt to ruin her life. We don't even know her name. She could easily just NOT click on the fan page for a team that she has zero association with, and none of this would effect her. That's far far different from what actual victims of cyber bullying have to deal with on the internet.