Bengals Cheerleader Case

Former Ben-Gals cheerleader Sarah Jones accused of violating probation


Sarah Jones, the former NFL cheerleader and teacher who admitted having a sexual relationship with her 17-year-old student, now faces a potential probation violation, according to a court document.

Jones, 27, avoided jail time and sex offender status when she pleaded guilty to felony custodial interference and misdemeanor sexual misconduct in October.

Jones reportedly appeared on a live talk show with 700 WLW in Ohio on January 29, but the terms of her probation do not allow her to be in Ohio for that purpose. She is only allowed to be in Ohio for work at her attorney Eric Deters’s office or school at the University of Cincinnati, according to a violation of supervision report.

“Jones did not have permission to be in Ohio for this talk show interview,” the report states.

The interview was in regards to her criminal case and a civil case against a gossip website Thedirty.com for defamation. Jones was seeking $11 million in her civil lawsuit, but it ended in a mistrial last month.

Ryan Kerns, Esq., Wild About Trial

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