Woman Who Took Racy Pictures Of Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Suing Him For Sexu@l Assault
BY: John “Hennry” Harris
More trouble in Dallas as a woman has filed a lawsuit that accuses Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones of sexual assault.
Jana Weckerly, 27, claims to be the person that took the racy pictures of Jones with his pants down that were released in August and says that the sexual assault happened on the night the pictures were taken in 2009. In the lawsuit, Weckerly claims that Jones “forcibly touched her butt, forcibly touched her breasts, forcibly kissed her and forcibly touched her genitals.”
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Weckerly is seeking more than $1 million in damages in the lawsuit filed just this week.
The Dallas Cowboys are also named as defendant in the lawsuit for “failing to investigate the allegations” and “failing to report the crimes to law enforcement,” among other things.
“These allegations are completely false,” McCathern said in a statement. “The legal complaint is unsupported by facts or evidence of any kind. This is nothing more than an attempt to embarrass and extort Jerry Jones. This is a shakedown by a lawyer who is a solo practitioner just trying to make a name for himself. The alleged incidents would have been more than five years old. We intend to vigorously contest this complaint and expect it will be shown for what it is — a money grab. Due to the seriousness of these baseless allegations, we have also involved law enforcement.”
When the racy pictures went viral in August, Jones simply stated that he was misrepresented.
“Someone has misrepresented photos taken at a restaurant five years ago for their own purposes,” Jones said. “I’m just not going to comment on it.”
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Coincidentally, the two women pictured with Jones are strippers and according to TMZ, they both have hired lawyers and claim that they don’t really remember the night because of the amount of alcohol consumed that night. The women also say that they had no idea Weckerly was taking pictures, which appears to be a lie because each shot they were looking in the camera and posing.
Weckerly, according to Frank Hoover, is working with her pimp in the alleged extortion plot which raises a few questions about the NFL’s new sentencing guidelines on domestic abuse.
The NFL’s players and personnel, whether one wants to believe it or not, are targets for these kinds of scams and money grabs from opportunistic women. While, domestic violence is deplorable, it is important to note that some of these same “opportunistic women” will use the new guidelines as a means of extortion against players.
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