SJ - February 17, 2022
The Cowboys paid $2.4 million to four former cheerleaders to settle voyeurism allegations against senior team executive Richard Dalrymple. The women accused Dalrymple of recording them with his iPhone in their locker room during an event at AT&T Stadium back in 2015.
Each of the women received $399,523.27 after the incident. One of the cheerleaders alleged that she clearly saw Richard Dalrymple, the Cowboys' longtime senior vice president for public relations and communications, standing behind a partial wall in their locker room with his iPhone extended toward them while they were changing their clothes, according to several people with knowledge of the events and letters later sent by attorneys for the cheerleaders to the team. Dalrymple gained entry to the back door of the cheerleaders' locked dressing room by using a security key card.
Dalrymple also was accused by a lifelong Cowboys fan of taking "upskirt" photos of Charlotte Jones Anderson, a team senior vice president and the daughter of team owner Jerry Jones, in the Cowboys' war room during the 2015 NFL draft, according to documents obtained by ESPN and interviews. The fan signed an affidavit that he was watching a livestream of the war room on the team's website when he said he saw the alleged incident.
These kinds of things never make sense to me. This is right up there with the guys who send unsolicited dick pics. What is the point? It never ends well....
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