Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones sees appeal in sexual assault lawuit denied by Texas Supreme Court
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones could face a jury over an accusation of sexual assault after the Supreme Court of Texas denied his latest appeal in the 2020 personal injury lawsuit.
The case was dismissed last February, only for a state appellate court to reverse that decision a year later. That decision allowed the case to continue and now, according to the Dallas News, the supreme court has rejected an appeal made on Jones’ behalf in May.
The lawsuit relates to an alleged incident in September 2018, at the Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium, when a woman claims Jones ‘kissed her on the mouth and forcibly grabbed her without her consent.’
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