A coach told a cheerleader to 'get over it' when teammates from her Albuquerque high school took pictures and videos of her showering naked and posted them online. The coach did not take any action against the perpetrators, but told the victim it was a joke and she should 'get over it,' according to a lawsuit filed in federal court, even telling the girl that she should apologize for 'overreacting'. The lawsuit, which moved to the US District Court in Albuquerque last week, alleges that cheerleaders at West Mesa High School used a coach's smartphone to capture the images and footage of the year-old girl showering during a cheerleading camp in Phoenix in
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Bill Chappell. Washington's football team is facing allegations from its cheerleaders about the way they were treated on a trip to Costa Rica. Here, the squad warms up before an NFL preseason game in A "mandatory" trip to a nightclub where they were told to escort wealthy sponsors. A topless photo shoot that male spectators were invited to attend. Those are two of the main allegations made by cheerleaders from Washington's NFL team about a trip to Costa Rica to photograph the squad's swimsuit calendar. Citing interviews with five cheerleaders who were there, the Times ' Juliet Macur reports that the women were unhappy with their lack of privacy — and worried that the team wasn't concerned enough with their safety.
Washington Redskins cheerleaders were allegedly required to pose topless for a calendar photo shoot in front of spectators invited by the team. Some of the cheerleaders were also asked to attend a nightclub event as escorts for some of the franchise's sponsors, according to a report published by the New York Times. The events allegedly unfolded during a week-long trip to Costa Rica in and while there were no reports of sex being involved, the cheerleaders admitted feeling as though the Redskins were "pimping us out. The topless photographs did not feature on the calendar but the photographer and the cheerleaders were not alone during the shoot, as the Redskins invited a number of sponsors and FedEx Field suite holders to attend the event. The cheerleaders added they were not paid for the trip and had their passports collected upon arrival at the adults-only Occidental Grand Papagayo resort on Culebra Bay. I think teams will start paying attention to this only when it's too late. The male sponsors also picked nine of the 36 cheerleaders to be their personal escorts at a nightclub. The girls were unaware they would be required to perform such a role and were reportedly very upset by the development. Other girls were devastated because we knew exactly what she was doing. In a statement in response to the report, the Redskins said the cheerleaders are protected to work in a "safe and constructive" environment.