Updated: 06/24/2014 11:37 PM
Created: 06/24/2014 8:51 AM WHEC.com
There are new developments in the lawsuit filed by five former Buffalo Jills cheerleaders against the Bills and two production companies.
Two ex-cheerleaders and the owner of one of the production companies appeared on HBO’s “Real Sports”.
Five former Jills filed the lawsuit claiming they were paid less than minimum wage and were subjected to degrading situations. On “Real Sports”, two of the ex-Jills went into greater detail about what allegedly happened during those situations.
For the first time since the lawsuit was filed, Stephanie Madison spoke on camera. Madison is the owner of Staejon Productions, one of the companies named in the lawsuit.
As for the Bills, the team was asked to be a part of the story, but declined the offer. In May, the Bills filed a motion to dismiss any connection with this lawsuit.