The Dallas Cowboys reportedly paid $2.4 million to four members of the team’s cheerleading squad who accused a longtime team executive of watching them undress in a locker room during a 2015 event at AT&T Stadium.
Rich Dalrymple, the Cowboys’ then-senior vice president for public relations and communications, is also separately accused of taking upskirt photos of legendary owner Jerry Jones’ daughter, Charlotte Jones Anderson, 55, at a game in the same year.
In the locker room incident, Dalrymple stood behind a partial wall in the locker room with his iPhone extended toward the cheerleaders while they were changing, ESPN reported.
Dalrymple later told team officials he did not know the women were there and left immediately.
A signed copy of the May 2016 settlement agreement that was obtained by ESPN includes a nondisclosure agreement in which the four women, three of their spouses and Cowboys officials agreed to never speak publicly about the allegations.
Each of the women received $399,523, the network reported, citing documents and unidentified people as sources, according to ESPN.
Dalrymple was also accused of taking inappropriate photographs of Charlotte Jones Anderson, the team’s senior vice president and daughter of famed owner Jerry Jones.
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SOURCE: The Associated Press; Daily Mail, Alex Raskin