Jerry Jones is accused of paying a lady who claims to be his daughter…

Jerry Jones Allegedly Paid Millions To Woman Who Claims To Be His Daughter

Jerry Jones is accused of paying a lady who claims to be his daughter millions of dollars

Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, is accused of paying roughly $3 million in “child support” to a lady claiming to be his daughter since 1995.

After a friend of Jones told ESPN that he helped Jones pay “child support” for Alexandra Davis starting in 1995, the heat over Jones hasn’t gone away.

“I have made payments on behalf of Mr. Jones to Cindy and Alex Davis on multiple occasions,” Don Jack stated in a statement.

Jones, according to Jack, paid a flat sum of $370,000 followed by monthly payments until Davis reached 21, totaling “almost $2 million.” Additional lump sum payments are allegedly included in the claimed agreement between Jones and Davis’ mother when Alexandra is 26 and 28 years old. She is currently 25 years old.

Jones is said to have paid for four years of tuition at SMU and trips to other countries as part of the alleged payments.

When you put it all together, Davis’ allegation that Jones is her biological father is supported. She’s launched a paternity case to overturn an agreement to keep quiet about her parentage, which she claims she couldn’t consent to as a one-year-old.

The paternity suit, which Jerry Jones says is a money-grab, is undoubtedly going to be a lot of time away from the game

Jones’ side has made it clear that this is a money grab. Davis’ lawyer allegedly told Jones’ spokesman Jim Wilkinson, “If you want this to just go away, it’s going to cost you Zeke or Dak money.”

Andrew A. Bergman, Davis’ lawyer, denies ever making that statement

What difference does it make? Aside from the financial consequences for Jones, it exemplifies the tornado that has engulfed the Cowboys’ owner. Putting together a good football team is difficult enough without having to deal with multimillion-dollar distractions.

Jones is not just the owner, but also the general manager. He must cope with genuine football obligations. Instead, the team is making news because of a paternity suit. It simply does not reflect well on Jones or the organization he represents.