Subscriber Account active since. Jones told her side of the story in July on ABC. A former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader pleaded guilty Monday to having sex with her year-old former student while she was a teacher at a northern Kentucky high school, a move that will allow her to avoid jail time. Jones said the relationship began in February when the boy was 17, saying that the two had sex, that she sent him sexually explicit text messages and lied about the relationship to police. The teen had been in Jones' freshman English class in , and she was his peer tutor in and before he graduated at the age of 17 this year, according to Monday's plea agreement, signed by Jones.
NFL cheerleaders must be able to control their own sex appeal
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The ongoing NFL cheerleading scandal took a turn Wednesday, when a New York Times report detailed a calendar photo shoot in Costa Rica, where Washington Redskins cheerleaders say they were required to pose topless in front of a group of invited sponsors and suite ticket holders. After the hour day, some of the women, who had been handpicked by sponsors, were ordered to escort them to a nightclub. The cheerleaders understood these dates to be mandatory and felt the team was "pimping us out. This report highlights a tension inherent in professional cheerleading: Teams use cheerleaders to sell sex appeal on the sidelines.
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They are thought of by millions to hold the most glamorous job in sports. But according to complaints filed last month, and reviewed by MarieClaire. The complaints, filed by Florida-based attorney Sara Blackwell on behalf of former Dolphins cheerleader Kristan Ware and former Saints cheerleader Bailey Davis, paint a picture of a bleak environment in which cheerleaders are subject to inconsistent, draconian rules policing their personal lives and social media accounts, and offered little in the way of protection from over-excited—and often just plain gross—admirers. In her complaint to the EEOC, Davis alleges that the Saints human resources department called her into a meeting in January to discuss rumors that she'd been socializing with players at an event away from the field.