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Green Bay Cheerleader Speaks Against Cyber BullyingSubmitted: 02/07/2013
Story By Melissa Constanzer


GREEN BAY - Everyone knows of the bitter rivalry between the Packers and Chicago Bears. But this time fans from both sides say it has gone too far.

It all started on Monday when a Chicago Bears Fan Page on Facebook posted this photo with the caption - "Like if You Agree The Packers Have The Worst Cheerleaders In The NFL. The picture is of Eagle River native Kaitlyn Collins. She decided it was time to speak up.

Wednesday, she posted a YouTube video thanking Bears fans who stood up for her while asking for an end to cyber bullying. She shared some of the hurtful posts as well as some of the positive ones. The video has already received nearly 10,000 views.

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