A 12-page Buffalo Jills handbook has been released by the law firm representing five former Buffalo Bills cheerleaders who filed a civil action on Tuesday claiming subjection to illegal workplace rules.
The handbook is a series of do’s and don’ts for the cheerleaders, including step-by-step guidance on everything from female hygiene to proper eating etiquette.
Here are some highlights of the rule book.
Jills must also avoid discussing religion, politics and other “strong opinions,” while wearing their three required eye shadow colors.
The lawsuit claims that defendants Stejon Productions and Citadel Communications implemented penalties including revocation of game tickets or or dismissal from the squad if certain problems arose. Infractions included posting pictures online in Jills attire, failing to pass “the jiggle test” — a judgement on physique — and “any conduct unbecoming of a Jill.”
These so-called laws of being a presentable Jill have only added to the suit’s main claim that Bills cheerleaders are not paid for games, practices or most of their 20-35 public appearances — something lawyers will try to prove violates New York’s $8 per hour minimum wage law.
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