A woman named Alexandra Davis has filed a lawsuit alleging that Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is her biological father. She claims that her mother had a relationship with Jones in the mid-1990s, and has asked a judge in Texas to order a paternity test. Jones’ attorneys have stated that they intend to appeal the decision. In March, Davis sued Jones in Dallas County in an attempt to void a legal agreement her mother made with Jones two years after she was born. The settlement dictated that Jones would support the family financially, though they could not publicly acknowledge that he was Alexandra’s father. Davis dropped that case in April in favor of proving that Jones is her father. Jones and his wife have been married since 1963 and have three children, all of whom hold front office roles with the Cowboys. Jones is the team president and general manager.
Legal dispute forces Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys, to undergo paternity test regarding 26-year-old woman.
- 6 May 2023
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