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The Labor Department in San Francisco confirms it is investigating the case.
The Raiderettes are paid a flat fee of 5 a game, which the women say is a nine-hour commitment.
Lacy says she realized she wanted a pair of legal eyes to look at her contract as she was getting ready to shoot the annual Raiderettes swimsuit calendar. After a while, I realized I was spending so much money and I wasn’t getting paid until the end of the season,” says Lacy.
She was used to better conditions when she was a cheerleader for the NBA’s Golden State Warriors.
Born and raised in Mid-Southern Upstate New York, Stephen holds a master's degree in public communications.
If the numbers alleged by the plaintiffs are correct, NFL cheerleader wages are at something close to or less than those of unskilled minimum wage workers.
According to the Raiderettes’ contract, they’re required to attend a minimum of 10 “charity” appearances without any form of compensation.
The women do not get any cut from the promotional merchandise. The only perk is they can buy the calendars at cost.
Department of Labor announced it closed its investigation of the Oakland Raiders, and concluded that the Raiders are exempt from paying its cheerleaders minimum wage, since they are considered “seasonal amusement,” which is any establishment that runs for less than seven months a year. Every game day Alexa Brenneman , 24, a Ben Gal cheerleader for the Cincinnati Bengals, woke up at 4 a.get ready.
for two practices and autograph signing before the game started.After that, it was four straight hours of cheering, dancing, and smiling. Until she did the numbers on what she was being paid and realized she was being exploited. Brenneman filed suit against the Bengals franchise on Tuesday.