The hearing for the paternity lawsuit against Jerry Jones is set to start later this week, and we will probably find out if he has a long-lost daughter or not.
If you haven’t heard, Alexandra Davis, who is 25, claims that Jerry is her father and says that he was supposed to support their family as long as they don’t identify him publicly.
The payments must have stopped because Davis is now suing him.
Jerry was asked about the paternity suit during a media availability, and he did not want to talk about it at all. All he said was that it was personal.
We have some new information that Jones believes his soon-to-be ex-son-in-law may be behind all the scandals that are coming out about the Cowboys.
Jerry Jones asked a judge Monday to toss out a paternity case against him, saying the 25-year-old congressional aide who alleges she is his daughter is involved in one of “multiple monetary extortion attempts” against him and the Dallas Cowboys.
Jones’ response to the lawsuit filed by Alexandra Davis says she delivered a draft of it to Jones on an unspecified date and asked whether he would “make a deal” to “assure that he would not be publicly or privately identified” as her father.
The court motion does not identify the people who have allegedly attempted to extort Jones and the Cowboys or for how much. “The potential source(s) of those attempted extortions … will be the subject of other litigation which has been filed or will be instituted shortly,” wrote Jones’ lawyers, Levi McCathern II and Charles L. Babcock, in the motion filed before a court-mandated deadline on Monday afternoon.
However, a March 10 demand letter from Babcock connects the Davis paternity lawsuit against Jones and numerous other recent Cowboys scandals to the ongoing contentious divorce battle between Jones’ daughter, Charlotte Jones Anderson, and her husband, Shy Anderson. The letter, obtained by ESPN, advises Anderson to preserve documents “to determine whether a conspiracy exists among yourself and others including, without limitation, certain of your lawyers.”
Other specified topics that lawyers asked Anderson to preserve include “All efforts to obtain monies from Mr. Jones directly or indirectly” and “All efforts to obtain information you and/or your counsel consider embarrassing to Mr. Jones.”
All the skeletons are starting to fall out of Jerry Jones’ closet. Jones believes Sly is behind all the scandals that have been leaking out about the Cowboys over the last year because he is upset he is about to be cut off once the divorce is final.
As Jay Z once famously said, there are only so long fake thugs can pretend.
Wild times for America’s team.
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