Washington Football Team staffers allegedly secretly recorded and distributed a video that showed the team’s cheerleaders in compromising positions, including several clips where their bare boobs were exposed. All of that is according to a damning report by The Washington Post.
The entire situation went down during a 2008 shoot for a “Beauties on the Beach” calendar — where a video crew chronicled the making of a sexy bikini calendar.
The details were laid out by TMZ after reading the report from The Washington Post:
“But, according to the Washington Post, team staffers used outtakes to put together a special, secret cut featuring moments when the women inadvertently exposed their nipples in the course of the shoot.
The Washington Post claims to have obtained a copy of the video — but obviously, the outlet is not publishing it.
The Post reports the team’s lead broadcaster, Larry Michael, played a major role in the making of the lewd video.
Michael’s former staffer Brad Baker claims Michael told staffers the video was being made for team owner Daniel Snyder.
For his part, Michael is adamantly denying the allegations in the report — saying, “Nothing can be further from the truth. I was never asked to nor did I ask someone to compile videos as [the Post] described.”
The report also states they had spoken with more than 100 past and current employees about the culture of the franchise and not many of them had good things to say about the team.
“The employees also described an atmosphere in which bullying and demeaning behavior by management created a climate of fear that allowed abusive behavior to continue unchecked,” the Post reports.
This offseason for the former Redskins team has been the absolute worst for the team as they embark on trying to find a new nickname and change the culture of the team.