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 Dallas Morning News says the suit was filed on Monday. Here are some of the details of the allegations:
Jana Weckerly, 27, from Ardmore, Okla., said Jones fondled her genitals, forced her to touch or rub his penis, and required she watch as the 71-year-old Jones received oral sex from another woman. Weckerly is seeking more than $1 million in punitive damages.
The lawsuit also alleges Jones conspired to cover up the incident by forcing Weckerly to sign an agreement to conceal the alleged assault.
Weckerly claims the assault occurred in the bathroom of a five-star hotel.
One has to wonder what took Weckerly so long to decide to file the charges. Her attorney Thomas Bowers said his client is in counseling and taking medicine to help her cope with trauma from the incident, which seems odd considering this took place five years ago. It seems pretty obvious that she is looking for a settlement and pay day out of Jerruh.
[Also see: Jerry Jones says pictures misrepresented him]