(Thomas DeLaney Jr./STNG)
I can't say that I saw "Bring It On" or the subsequent sequels, but I doubt they are as interesting as the story coming out of Green Bay this evening.
Apparently, 33-year-old Wendy Brown really wanted to be a high school cheerleader. And although I never saw "Never Been Kissed", I doubt Josie Geller stooped to the level of stealing her daughter's ID to fulfill her dreams.
"'The defendant stated she wanted to get her high school degree and be a cheerleader because she had no childhood and was trying to regain a part of her life she missed,'' according to the complaint.
She allegedly attended cheerleading practices before school started, received a cheerleader's locker and went to a pool party at the cheerleading coach's house.
A high school employee, Kim Demeny, told authorities that the woman, posing at the teen, seemed very timid, told her she was not good in math and even cried when she talked about moving from Pahrump Valley High School in Pahrump, Nev. Demeny said she looked older than a student, but he believed her demeanor was consistent with that of a high school girl.
A school liaison officer started investigating Monday after Brown only showed up for the first day of classes last week, the complaint said.
Proof positive that the good people of Green Bay are still searching for meaning in their lives in a scary post-Brett Favre world.