Jana Weckerly, the woman who took those gross photos of Jerry Jones posing with some strippers and finally emerged last week via a statement from her lawyer, has now filed a civil suit against Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys alleging that Jones sexually assaulted her. Some of the allegations within it will make your skin crawl.
The lawsuit claims that on the evening when the photos were taken, back in 2009, Jones repeatedly groped Weckerly, forcibly penetrated her vagina with his fingers, and made her watch as he received oral sex from another woman. The suit also alleges that Jones and the Cowboys bullied Weckerly into keeping quiet about what happened, and coerced her into signing some sort of non-disclosure agreement. You can read the entire suit at the bottom of the page, but we've pulled some of the more relevant passages up here.
Some of the sexual assault allegations:
Defendant Jerry Jones intentionally, knowingly, and forcibly rubbed and/or grabbed Plaintiff's breasts multiple times. Defendant Jerry Jones performed these acts without the consent of Plaintiff.
Defendant Jerry Jones intentionally and knowingly forced Plaintiff to touch and/or rub on his penis multiple times. Defendant Jerry Jones forced Plaintiff to perform these acts without the consent of Plaintiff.
Defendant Jerry Jones intentionally, knowingly, forcibly penetrated Plaintiff's vagina with his fingers without the consent of Plaintiff.
Defendant Jerry Jones intentionally and knowingly received oral sex from another female while in the presence of Plaintiff. When Defendant JERRY JONES intentionally and knowingly received oral sex from the female, he knew that Plaintiff was present and intentionally and knowingly wanted Plaintiff to see said oral sex act. Plaintiff did not want to see Defendant JERRY JONES receive oral sex from the female.
And the intimidation allegations:
Defendants Jerry Jones and Cowboys intimidated Plaintiff and told her to keep quiet and not tell anyone else "or else".
Defendants Jerry Jones and Cowboys bullied Plaintiff into believing that she would somehow be in trouble if she told anyone about the sexual assault.
Defendants Jerry Jones and Cowboys intimidated her into signing documents against her will, without giving her a copies, or access to legal counsel.
When I spoke to Weckerly's attorney last week, he hinted at some "pretty egregious stuff" that allegedly went down that night. This would appear to be what he was talking about.