This is the second report in a year that has tainted and disgraced the US Sports after US Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar was accused of sexually abusing girls and was sentenced to years in prison. Washington Redskins who stood third in the last season of the league have been accused by their cheerleaders. The team of cheerleaders have accused the organization of making several inappropriate demands of them, according to a very explosive news report from The New York Times. The report centers on one specific trip to Costa Rica for a calendar photo shoot where cheerleaders were told to pose nude and were made to entertain sponsors of the team by the senior management of the club. Others wore nothing but body paint. They had a special assignment for the night. Several women opted not to return to the squad the next season because of the trip, according to Macur. Though the team in an official statement has denied the accusations of the cheerleaders mentioned in the report.
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The women told the Times they felt they had been "pimped out."
A week-long trip to Costa Rica for a calendar shoot may have tested the limits. Some squad members were required to be topless. Others wore only body paint.
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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. Also unsettling: They said the team collected their passports early in the weeklong trip. The team told the Times that it normally collects passports on international trips as a matter of security.