A lot of high school kids drink/party, they don't need to be around older people for it to happen. There are plenty of parents who are okay with their HS kids drinking/partying too and enable this behavior. When I was in HS, it was actually pretty difficult to fit in if you didn't drink, which is sad. The stuff I saw about cheerleaders doing drugs is extra concerning though. One thing I loved about being an allstar cheerleader is that I could find kids who were serious about a sport and did things with their lives other than party. But some kids apparently do both. I'm guessing that most drug usage isn't the fault of a cheer gym. I tried to sift through the chaos, but most of it didn't make sense to me. It would help if these kids wrote in complete sentences. Whatever it is, it sounds messy. Sending inappropriate coaches to other gyms instead of reporting them obviously shouldn't be happening. I wish someone would tell these anonymous posters though that Twitter isn't real life, and that they aren't making a difference in the world if they write a tweet that gets 300 likes or if they tweet some hashtag a thousand times. If they have evidence of something serious happening, they need to report it to the appropriate people. Usually nothing comes out of tweeting except more drama and people fighting. And then you have adult coaches trying to defend themselves and subtweeting about children (for those who don't use Twitter, this would be like talking about someone behind their back) and it just feels very messy and makes me wish Twitter didn't exist.