Former Bills Cheerleader Jiggle Tests: Alyssa U And Other Cheerleaders Sue Over Jiggle Test

December 14, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery More

A former Bills cheerleader jiggle tests allegation is disturbing. The ex Buffalo Bills cheerleader named Alyssa U, has filed a lawsuit against the organization for treating her like a piece of meat, she allegedly had to go through jiggle tests, sitting on men’s laps and being forced to abide by strict intimate hygiene guidelines. The former Bills cheerleader is also demanding that she gets paid for the extra hours of work she put in.

Former Bills Cheerleader Jiggle Tests

A former Bills cheerleader jiggle tests claim must be a PR nightmare for the organization. A woman, who has only been identified as Alyssa U, has filed a lawsuit against the Buffalo Bills along with four other cheerleaders.

In the suit that was filed in May, Alyssa U claimed that she had a hellish experience working with the NFL team. While the organization is making millions per year, the former Bills cheerleader revealed that she was paid only $420 for more than 800 hours of work.

Another ex-Bills cheerleader named Maria, who is also suing, made only $105 for the same amount of work hours. Alyssa U said that she was asked to pay $650 for her uniform and cover her own travel expenses during team appearances.

All four cheerleaders want a judge to order Stejon Productions, which manages the Jills to compensate them for hundreds of hours of work between 2012 and 2013.

Alyssa U revealed that she went through humiliating procedures to keep her post – like jiggle tests to determine her fitness level. She explained:

“[They made us do] everything from standing in front of us with a clipboard and having us do a jiggle test to see what parts of our body were jiggling and if that was something she saw, then you weren’t performing at all.”

She also alleged that she was forced to work out in a frigid storeroom. The 23-year-old former Bills cheerleader explained that she was humiliated by being asked to sit on a man’s lap at a charity event and was told to smile when being groped and being bombarded by inappropriate comments. She shared:

“People really thought we had it good, that we were paid well and had this luxurious lifestyle.Seriously? I ended up feeling like a piece of meat.”

Along with the jiggle tests, the former Bills cheerleader revealed that she had to accept guidelines on how to eat, sleep, dress and the intimate products to use. Here is an example of what she alleges to:

“When menstruating, use a product that right for your menstrual flow. A tampon too big can irritate and develop fungus. A product left in too long can cause bacteria or fungus build up. Products can be changed at least every 4 hours. Except when sleeping, they can be left in for the night.”

What are your thoughts on the former Bills cheerleader jiggle tests allegation?


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  1. Shawn says:

    The job IS to be exploited and jiggle your ASSets. How dumb (oops another blonde)can you be? The uniform of a whore doesn’t give you any idea? Yep if you were to show up in nuns clothing you would be sent on your way. Sue like a fat girl applying at HOOTERS. You are eye candy…yes just a piece of meat to look at LIKE IT OR NOT.

    • jojo says:

      how about if the employer pays more than fifty cents an hour, and that did not include practice.

      • Philemon says:

        The pay rate is unreal! Did these women enter into a contract to be a Jill? If so then why would they even agree to these terms and conditions? The groping is totally out of line! With that said, one of the aspect of cheerleading is that you are going to be eye candy! Men (and these days women too) are going to look at you in lust! If you cannot not handle that then maybe a woman would want to forego being a Jill or any other type of cheerleader for a sports team that cater to men! If no contractual obligation was involved then these women could have walked away from this situation anytime they wanted to.

    • stacie says:

      All you negative pigs can head back to your sty now…
      None you could ever get one of these women!

  2. mrlundt says:

    So a cheerleader is suing because she feel like a piece of meat?
    Apparently she believed the job description and her subsequent hiring was based on her chemical engineering degree and her stunning abilities at Sudoku.

    As soon as she figured it out—she of course left. (2 years)

  3. Boner says:

    Cheerleading position…..jiggle test away. Doctor Position….No good.

  4. jim creson says:

    Did they think they were hired for the mental capacity? Better yet, did they even think they were “hired”? If you don’t want the damned job, don’t take it. However, if you agree to take it, STFU and do the damned job.Did you think you were anything more than a woman for men to look at? If so, you are a clear and present danger to yourself…..
    Stop whinning and show us that butt girl!!

  5. Katie says:

    All of the NFL would do well to just stop the cheerleading. It is an expense and hassle they no longer need. Yes, at one time they may have needed to whip the crowd up to get interest going but today they show up crazy. Hygiene rules are likely due to these girls kicking high in the air with very short, tight shorts. Jiggle? Is she serious? That’s the point. The girls bring a sexualized element to the sidelines that they always have. Enough is enough. The game doesn’t need this anymore and no, I’m not jealous. In my youth I put this bleach blond to shame and I didn’t have to jiggle on the sidelines to get attention – I was the main event!

  6. Michael B. says:

    Really? I can’t believe the comments I’m seeing here. Even if she knows what she’s getting into with that ‘job’ and put up with it for a while, does it make it right to treat them that way? Everyone knows why the cheerleaders are there, because mostly men watch the sport, but couldn’t they be treated with some kind of dignity? I say good for her

    • td says:

      Geez, Mike…aren’t you a little bitch yourself… you having a flow problem?

    • Loke-A-Dokes says:

      I agree that she and the other girls should have been treated with some dignity and respect, not as pieces of meat. However, there is a lot of validity in asking how she responded to the job by leaving immediately, after she discovered that things would not change. Therefore, it seems a very disingenuous thing for these girls to cry “foul” and file a lawsuit, it they didn’t immediately take actions to address the sexual harassment by at least attempting to resolve it by calling it to the attention of their supervisors in charge. After all, the tell everyone else that!

      • jojo says:

        the supervisors in charge where the ones doing the harassing, telling them to go sit in some old goats lap and endure being groped. they should have called the DOL from the get go

    • Katie says:

      I’m sorry Michael but if I walked into an interview, or a day on the job, and someone treated me like that I would walk out. Force me to sit on some man’s lap? I would come back with a policeman. What women today need to understand is when their behavior constitutes consent. To be treated with dignity one must act with dignity and accepting this behavior to just shake your a$$ on the side lines is not behaving with dignity. They are looking for someone to ‘discover’ them either as WAGS or in show business. When they don’t get what they were looking for? They sue. How shameful.

    • Michael B. says:

      Well they are getting a lot of attention and spotlight. That right there will keep people around for a while, even being treated like trash. Why is it shameful for someone to finally have enough and stand up? I think it’s shameful that no one on the outside did anything about that treatment sooner.

      There is such a messed up standard for women to be ‘perfect’ looking. Go look how much model’s photo shoots are photoshopped. It is an impossible ‘beauty’ that they are going for.

      I’m hoping none of you guys have daughters if this is your view on women in our society. I would not stand for my daughter to be treated like this. I don’t care how long she put up with it, when I found out about it I would raise hell!

      • Common Sense says:

        …and that’s the point, Michael. If I had a daughter, I would teach her to raise hell by herself for herself. One doesn’t agree to being exploited for the attention and spotlight for two years and then sue because one doesn’t feel the deal was fair two years after the fact. In college my wife took a waitressing job and when they couldn’t explain to her satisfaction how or when she was going to get paid she walked out within the hour. She didn’t work for free for two years and sue.

    • Mrs. Logical says:

      *LOL* Seriously?? With dignity? I don’t get why someone who CHOOSES to make a “living” out of putting on the skimpiest outfit to be found, bouncing around in front of thousands of people, and shaking their butts on a weekly basis couldn’t expect some dignity. And really? I guarantee that if a girl who was heavy, had bad hair, skin, or teeth tried to cheer next to them she would be one of the first to say “What is she doing on this team…”. And again, no one was forcing them to do anything. They took the job and knew the wage and requirements before hand.

  7. Tray says:

    Hey, the NFL is worth BILLIONS. Can’t they afford to bump up the pay a bit for these hotties? At least they’re not on a pole.

  8. Glenn says:

    Now don’t you cheerleaders sign a contract? Which means you knew what you were signing up for. Don’t be getting your panties in a wad just because you didn’t land your sugar-daddy while you were shaking you ass for the world to see. And if you found the jiggle test offensive you could have said no and walked away at anytime.

  9. Gee Man says:

    A true rocket scientist. Work at McDonalds,they pay better.

    What did you expect. Lets see cheerleader job description: Dance around meaninglessly in revealing little costumes to the pleasure of men and lesbians. Work toy ass of so we do not need to look at fat asses. big booty’s need not apply.

  10. Max says:

    A bunch of trashy girls throughout the NFL serving as so called cheerleaders when they are not a bit different than pole dancers in a cheap strip club.

    I do not understand why you are complaining when you voluntarily dress like a street walker, dance provocatively in front of tens of thousands at a game and millions watching on television and then claim you have been humiliated and exploited.

    I bet virtually all of you show up at clubs expecting VIP treatment, free drinks and maybe even asking to be paid to be there because you believe you are a celebrity. Get over yourselves because you signed a contract with an NFL franchise and that is no different than selling your soul to the devil. Enjoy your 15 minutes of fame!!!

  11. kay says:

    Spot on Katie!

  12. Alan Michaels says:

    Let me just ask one question. When these girls were hired to be cheerleaders, were they aware of the hourly rate? Or did the team make one lump sum payment at the end of the year and the amount in the check came as a total surprise?

    I’m sure they knew going in what the hourly rate was and they still accepted the job. But now they want to sue because they didn’t make enough? Throw it out of court.

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