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Friday, May 22, 2015

Legal Matters

Stripper Jana Weckerly says Jerry Jones paid her hush money

Jana Weckerly, the 27-year-old former stripper who is suing Jerry Jones for sexual assault, claims the Dallas Cowboys owner paid her an undisclosed sum of money over a long period of time in exchange for her silence. Weckerly filed the suit against Jones earlier this month, alleging that he “fondled her genitals” and “forced her…Read More

Jameis Winston accuser reportedly wanted $7 million to go away

Jameis Winston’s lawyer wrote in a recent letter to Florida State University that the woman who claimed she was raped by Winston offered to settle out of court for $7 million. According to TMZ, the alleged victim’s lawyer, Patricia Carroll, demanded $7 million to settle her client’s claims against Winston and FSU and vowed that…Read More

Leigh Castergine says Mets fired her for being single and pregnant

New York Mets co-owner Jeff Wilpon is facing a discrimination lawsuit from a former employee. Leigh Castergine, who served as the Mets’ senior vice president for several years, claims she was fired from her position of overseeing ticket sales last month because Wilpon was “morally opposed” to her being single and pregnant. According to the…Read More

Jerry Jones sued by stripper Jana Weckerly for sexual assault

Remember the scandalous photos of Jerry Jones that went viral in August? They showed the Dallas Cowboys owner in sexual poses with a few women who were later identified as strippers. Though the photos are over five years old, the woman who claims she took the photos is suing Jones for alleged sexual assault. The…Read More

NBA files countersuit against Donald Sterling

The sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer became official on Tuesday, and Donald Sterling may end up having to give some of the $2 billion it generated back to the NBA. According to the Los Angeles Times, the NBA has filed a counterclaim against Sterling and the Sterling Family…Read More

Tony Bosch surrenders to DEA; A-Rod’s cousin Yuri Sucart arrested

Biogenesis founder Tony Bosch surrendered to the Drug Enforcement Agency on Tuesday morning as part of the DEA’s “Operation Strikeout.” The news was first reported by ESPN’s TJ Quinn. Bosch has agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy to distribute anabolic steroids. The charges against Bosch are not limited to providing steroids to professional athletes, as…Read More

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