A cheer leading coach in the "sunshine state" is on the beach after parents say she was operating a pay-to-play scam involving their kids.  Melissa Prochila is accused of bullying girls on the cheer squad at Marjory Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.  She allegedly demanded money from Mom and Dad to insure a child's spot on the team.  According to MetroSource News, some parents say thousands of dollars collected by Prochila that was meant for team expenses such as road trips mysteriously vanished.  The cheer coach denies the allegations, saying no pay-to-play scheme ever existed and she has receipts showing how the money was spent.  Some students and cheerleaders are begging for her reinstatement while Coach P. is waiting it out at home. Stay tuned.   Vacations are usually more fun when they are paid.