NFL cheerleader claims discrimination after being fired for posting pic of herself in a one-piece
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Bailey Davis as a member, the 22-year-old dancer says she was fired after three seasons with the squad for posting a photo of herself in a one-piece outfit to Instagram. Davis claims that the post did not violate her code of conduct, as her Instagram was set to private in accordance with team regulations and she was not nude, seminude, or wearing lingerie.
Swagggirl SideBar: When in the heck did they change the this look from lingerie to a one piece outfit? So if this is a one piece outfit, what does the new lingerie piece look like?….I digress….continue with your read
A former cheerleader for the New Orleans Saints’ Saintsations squad has filed a gender discrimination complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, alleging that female dancers were held to a higher standard than the male football players they rooted for, the New York Times reports.
“Very poor judgment to post a picture like that especially considering our recent conversations about the rumors going around about u,” Saintsations senior director ~Ashley Deaton
Ashley Deaton texted Davis four days before she was fired, referencing a rumor that the cheerleader had attended the same party as a player. “This does not help your case. I’d expect you to know better.”