SEXUAL ASSAULT: A Woman is accusing Jerry Jones of forcibly jamming his tongue into her mouth & groping her in front of Cowboy players and coaches KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, October 18, 2022

SEXUAL ASSAULT: A Woman is accusing Jerry Jones of forcibly jamming his tongue into her mouth & groping her in front of Cowboy players and coaches

A Woman is accusing Jerry Jones of forcibly jamming his tongue into her mouth & groping her in front of Cowboy players and coaches. (Read More Here).

According to her lawyer, the civil plaintiff decided to file the lawsuit under the pseudonym Jane Doe in a bid to avoid attracting media attention.

As reported by League of Justice, Doe accused Jones of allegedly kissing her without her consent back in 2018, as well as allegedly forcibly sticking his tongue in her mouth and groping her.

"Plaintiff has nightmares about what Jerry Jones did to her," reads the complaint.

"She has trouble focusing and completing day to day tasks at work and at home.

"Plaintiff gets nervous around men and has trouble being alone with men.

"Plaintiff cries often because of what Defendant Jerry Jones did to her and does not want any other woman to experience such assaults."

"Defendants are still in the dark over a year after this case was originally filed on who the Plaintiff is or what alleged incident she is referring to," claimed Jones' lawyers.

Doe also filed complaints against the NFL and the Cowboys, accusing both organizations of allegedly threatening other victims or witnesses in order to prevent further complaints.

“Jane Doe” says the room was full of witnesses when the alleged assault occurred, and names Jason Garrett, Ezekiel Elliott, Tyrone Crawford, Tyron Smith, Demarcus Lawrence and Eugenia Jones, Jerry Jones’ wife, as being present.

The woman claims the alleged incident caused her “severe injuries, emotional distress, psychological pain and suffering and medical expenses,” along with “headaches, dizziness, extreme sadness, night sweats, panic attacks, nausea, depression, PTSD, crying spells and other mental and physical problems.”

However, exercise and physical activity acted as a deterrent to the effects in these findings, according to the outlet.

Wang also said that because the study had focused solely on middle-aged women, these findings can’t be generalized to younger — or older — women or men.

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