Jerry Jones is being sued for the second time this year. This time around, it is a lot more serious.
A civil plaintiff has been filed against the Dallas Cowboys owner that accused him of sexually assaulting a woman.
Via the League of Justice:
In the lawsuit, Jane Doe accused Jones of forcibly kissing her on the mouth without her consent on or about September 16, 2018 in the Tom Landry Room at AT&T Stadium. She also accused Jones of sticking his tongue in her mouth, and forcibly grabbing and groping her. In court papers, Doe says the room was full of witnesses when the alleged assault happened, and that she believes the people in the room allegedly included former Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett, running back Ezekiel Elliott, Tyrone Crawford, Tyron Smith and other prominent Cowboys players.
In an alleged list of “witnesses,”Doe also named Cowboys’ defensive end Demarcus Lawrence, and Eugenia Jones, Jerry Jones’ wife.
Doe claims the alleged incident caused her “severe injuries”, “emotional distress,” “psychological pain and suffering,” and “medical expenses,” among other allegations of damages.
“Plaintiff has nightmares about what Jerry Jones did to her,” reads the complaint. “She has trouble focusing and completing day to day tasks at work and at home. Plaintiff gets nervous around men and has trouble being alone with men. Plaintiff cries often because of what Defendant Jerry Jones did to her and does not want any other woman to experience such assaults.”
The complaint goes on to state that she is still seeing a doctor for treatment and experiences headaches, dizziness, extreme sadness, night sweats, panic attacks, nausea, depression, PTSD, crying spells and other mental and physical problems as a result of the alleged incident.
“On information and belief, Defendant Jerry Jones has a sleazy history of allegedly sexually assaulting and assaulting females and it appears that both the Cowboys and NFL have turned a blind eye to said illegal behavior over the years,” her complaint reads.
Furthermore, Doe also sued the NFL and the Dallas Cowboys, accusing the entities of allegedly failing to supervise and stop Jones, allegedly tampering with criminal evidence and allegedly threatening victims and witnesses to deter criminal complaints, among other accusations.
This news comes just days after reports said Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder had dirty secrets about several top people in the NFL.
As for his team, the Dallas Cowboys are coming off a loss to the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles that dropped them to 4-2 and in third place in the NFC East.
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