Ex-cheerleaders sue the Bills
April 24 , 2014
Five former cheerleaders are dragging the Buffalo Bills to court, claiming they weren't paid as much as the minimum wage and were physically scrutinized as well.
The lawsuit states that the team "exploited the women by failing to pay them in accordance with New York State minimum wage laws."
The Buffalo Jills have reportedly received rules on several matters including "how to properly eat soup" and how to clean "intimate areas." Moreover, they faced "Juggle Tests" each week in order to determine their performance.
"The treatment we endured was unacceptable, and the public needs to know and understand the situation we were in," a former cheerleader said.