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March 14, 2024

Cowboys' Owner Jerry Jones Defamation Case Dropped Against Him

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones recently saw a defamation lawsuit against him dismissed by a Texas judge.

The lawsuit, filed by a former North Little Rock police officer, alleged that Jones falsely accused him of stealing memorabilia.

Jones, a prominent figure in the NFL, was accused by the former officer of making defamatory statements during a 2009 radio interview.

Judge Emily Tobolowsky ruled in favor of Jones, stating that the statute of limitations had expired.

The lawsuit stemmed from an incident in which Jones accused the officer of stealing signed football helmets from a charity event in Little Rock. The officer denied the allegations and filed the defamation lawsuit against Jones in 2017.

"Davis filed her initial lawsuit against Jones on March 3, 2022. She alleged that her mother, Cynthia Davis, had a relationship with Jones in the late '90s in which they conceived her," Fox News reported.

Despite the dismissal of the lawsuit, Jones' legal battles are far from over.

The Cowboys owner is currently embroiled in several other legal disputes, including a lawsuit filed by four women who allege that they were sexually assaulted by former Cowboys players.

Jones' legal team welcomed the dismissal of the defamation lawsuit, emphasizing their confidence in the justice system. They reiterated Jones' commitment to upholding his reputation and defending himself against false accusations.

The dismissal of the lawsuit comes at a time of heightened scrutiny for Jones and the Cowboys organization. The team has faced criticism in recent years for its handling of off-field controversies and legal disputes involving players and team personnel.

As Jones continues to navigate the complexities of legal challenges, the dismissal of the defamation lawsuit marks a legal victory for the Cowboys owner. The broader implications of the ruling on Jones' reputation and future legal battles remain to be seen.

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