A former National Football League cheerleader is suing the team she once cheered for after she claims that she was fired over some racy photos.
Indianapolis TV news station WISH reports that Malori Wampler, a cheerleader for the Indianapolis Colts for the 2010-2011 season, has sued the team for discrimination after she was let go in November 2010 when club officials received some pictures of her in a painted-on swimsuit.
Wampler claims in the suit that the pictures did not violate the team's code of conduct because they were taken before she became a Colts cheerleader.
The lawsuit claims that there's a double standard against female employees and that numerous male players have previously broken the club's conduct rules and have not been dismissed.
Wampler claims that team officials told her that her former affiliation with Playboy would not be a problem when she was hired.