The Washington Redskins are in hot water after reports revealed the NFL side had forced their cheerleaders to take part in photo shoots topless. The New York Times reports the Redskins cheerleaders were allegedly forced to undress on a trip in to Costa Rica. Five cheerleaders who went on the trip spoke to the New York Times and said they were told to be topless. The cheerleaders said director, Stephanie Jojokian, told them to act like personal escorts, which made them feel as if the organisation was "pimping us out".
The concept of cheerleading is a pretty amazing one. They are like a cold beer on a Sunday afternoon for NFL football. Similarly, they are like a beer on a Saturday night while watching a UFC event. I guess what I'm trying to say is that much like the icing on the proverbial cake, cheerleaders take a sporting event and make it so much more via the addition of gorgeous, fit, gyrating women. With all that said however, they aren't a necessity in the NFL for example.
Sign in. Watch now. The paper edits the stories to include titillation and a seductive flavor that mirrors the lives of the reporters to push boundaries. The reporters take on increasingly bigger risque stories which leads to rivals, danger and intrigue. Jack's modeling agency has been losing its ground lately.
Fiver former cheerleaders for the Washington, DC team have claimed they were repeatedly made to feel uncomfortable during a week-long calendar shoot in Costa Rica in — for which they were paid nothing except travel and food reimbursements. Secluded at an adults-only resort in Culebra Bay, the cheerleaders said they were forced to pose topless during the calendar shoot while team sponsors — all male — looked on. Redskins president Bruce Allen said in a statement that the team was looking into the situation, and treating the allegations seriously. We respect each other and our craft.