*Provocative, racy and controversial photos were taken five years ago yet recently posted on the Internet of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones with young women.
The photos, released on Twitter August 3, started a media frenzy on August 5 and on Sunday, Aug. 10, 2014 Jones responded to the controversy.
The Twitter user (Frank Hoover) who published the photos said it was part of an extortion plot. But Jones simply said he was being misrepresented.
“Someone has misrepresented photos taken at a restaurant five years ago for their own purposes,” Jones said, via the Dallas Morning News. “I’m just not going to comment on it.”
The photo above shows a young woman on her knees while Jones hold her head — implying fellatio. In another photo (above), Jones cups a young woman’s breast.
Jones was asked how exactly were these photos misrepresented. Also, he was asked why would anyone want to release the photos. He responded below:
“Again, thats all I’ll like to get into,” Jones said. “I really don’t have any more comment than what I’ve made. I said that.”
Jones has been married for more than 50 years to Gene Jones. The couple have three children who are older than the women in the photos.
Although there’s no word if the authorities are involved, Hoover deleted the photos and the 20-page manifesto about how he would blackmail Jones.
In the manifesto, Hoover got his hands on the photos in June 2011 and by 2013 was trying to contact Jones about the photos.
Nevertheless, the women in the photos are both strippers. Both hired lawyers since they really don’t remember that night. There was a lot of alcohol involved.
Although the women are looking at the camera, the claim they didn’t know photos were taken. They claim a third female took the photos without their knowledge. Also, they claim not to be part of any extortion plot.