Stunning cheerleader Bailey Davis suing New Orleans Saints after NFL side sacked her for posting racy Instagram snap

CHEERLEADER Bailey Davis has filed a gender discrimination grievance towards the New Orleans Saints after being fired for posting a saucy Instagram snap.

The 22-yr-previous uploaded an image of herself in a one-piece outfit in January, which led to her allegedly being sacked by the NFL membership.

I wanna break glass ceilings not match glass slippers ?: @bryceellphoto #dance

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It’s time for equal guidelines, and now we’re being heard. #leveltheplayingfield #2018

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When you realize there’s hen strips within the locker room? ?⚜️ ^^going to be a very good day for everybody however Carolina! #saints #9-three ??? #saintsgameday

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In accordance with the New York Occasions, Davis has since lodged a grievance with the Equal Employment Alternative Fee, claiming the Saints have a unique algorithm for the gamers and feminine dancers.

An investigation by the newspaper claims to point out that the 2009 Tremendous Bowl champions have an "anti-fraternization coverage" in place, which requires cheerleaders to keep away from contact with members of the squad.

Whereas they need to additionally block the gamers from following them on social media, fail to dine in the identical restaurant as a participant and are usually not allowed to publish photographs of themselves within the staff's colors.

Davis was additionally caught up in rumours that she was at a celebration the place a participant was additionally current, a declare she strenuously denied.

Lookin' again at dat win like??⚜️eight️⃣ #victorymonday #geauxsaints #nfcsouth

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((when all your mates again house are getting married & having infants however ur enthusiastic about ur new bike -with a basket )) ? ? #babyblue #newwhip

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Got here for the candy tea @timber_brook #mississippi #loving #homesweethome

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What do the Panthers and Chik-fil-a have in widespread? Neither work on Sunday ??⚜️#3peat #saintsgameday #dancer #saints #nola #bffs

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And when Ashley Deaton – senior director of the Saintsations – caught wind of Davis' swimsuit pic, she despatched the dancer a stern textual content message.

She is alleged to have stated: "Very poor judgement to publish an image like that particularly contemplating our current conversations concerning the rumors (sic) going round about u. This doesn’t assist your case. I’d anticipate you to know higher."

Davis was sacked simply 4 days later.

The American spent three years with the Saints, and believes her grievance might assist different cheerleaders achieve equal rights.

Mondays are all the time higher after a Saints win ??⚜️#pinkoutgame #pink #survivors #saints

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We had enjoyable with our little Saintsations today!!??

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She informed the Occasions: "I’m doing this for them to allow them to do what they love and really feel protected and empowered, and be a feminine athlete and never be pushed to the side and feeling unimportant."

Davis' lawyer Sara Blackwell stated: "If the cheerleaders can’t contact the gamers, then the gamers shouldn’t have the ability to contact the cheerleaders.

"The antiquated stereotype of girls needing to cover for their very own safety just isn’t permitted in America and positively not within the office."

The NFL declined to remark about Davis' claims, however a lawyer representing the Saints emailed the Occasions issuing a press release.

Leslie A. Lanusse stated: "The Saints group strives to deal with all staff pretty, together with Ms. Davis. On the applicable time and within the applicable discussion board, the Saints will defend the group’s insurance policies and office guidelines.

"For now, it’s enough to say that Ms. Davis was not subjected to discrimination due to her gender."

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CHEERLEADER Bailey Davis has filed a gender discrimination grievance towards the New Orleans Saints after being fired for posting a saucy Instagram snap.