• Bills cheerleaders stop working amid lawsuit

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Apr 24, 2014
    The lawsuit is third filed this year against an NFL team by cheerleaders. The Buffalo Bills' cheerleaders have suspended operations after five former cheerleaders filed a lawsuit Tuesday claiming they were underpaid and mistreated. The lawsuit, filed in state Supreme Court, says the cheerleaders worked hundreds of hours for free at games and were subjected to groping and sexual comments at mandatory public appearance. fallout from the strong allegations contained in the lawsuit. In response to a lawsuit from five former members of the Buffalo Jills, the Jills have done what any wrongfully accused organization would do in a situation like this. They’ve gone out of business. Not permanently. But until further notices. The civil action, which seeks unspecified back pay and legal fees, names Stejon Productions Corp., which assumed management of the Jills in 2011, along with former manager Citadel Communications Co., and the team.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Buffalo Jills suspend operations in wake of lawsuit

      In response to a lawsuit from five former members of the Buffalo Jills, the Jills have done what any wrongfully accused organization would do in a situation like this. They’ve gone out of business. Not permanently. But until further notices. That’s the …

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