Colts.com: Teeny Bikini Videos Of Ex-Cheerleader

A week ago I reported on the wrongful termination lawsuit of former Colts cheerleader Malori Wampler against the NFL team.

(Video is NSFW)

Last November, the Colts claimed they fired Wampler because the club was sent photos by a fan of her wearing only body paint at a Playboy promotional event in 2010.

The efficacy of Wampler’s ouster though might be a difficult sell for the NFL club to a U.S. District Court judge, considering Wampler told the team of such promotional activities before she was hired.

Six months after she was fired, Wampler is currently featured wearing revealing bikinis in multiple videos still posted on Colts.com.

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Body Paint Photo Of Cheerleader Fired By Colts

Last Thursday former Indianapolis Colts cheerleader Malori Wampler filed a lawsuit against the team contesting her November 15, 2010, termination by club.

Malori Wampler Nude Photo

(Click-through photo is not-safe-for-work. Obviously.)

Wampler was fired after a Colts fan forwarded the club photos of her wearing only body paint at a 2010 Playboy Magazine promotional event.

According to the lawsuit, before Wampler took a job with the team she notified the Colts of her previous employment with Playboy - and the nature of that employment. The complaint also states that after Colts officials were informed of that fact, they determined that Wampler’s past employment by Playboy “was not an issue.

But rather than merely contest the veracity of the team’s decision to fire her over the photos because it allegedly violated club policy, in the U.S. District Court filing Wampler’s attorney Kimberly D. Jeselskis also claimed, “The Colts terminated Wampler because of her sex” and “the Colts terminated Wampler because of her race and national origin.

More from Wampler attorney Jeselskis in the U.S. District Court filing:

  • Wampler met the Colts legitimate performance expectations.
  • Wampler was treated differently than other “similarly situated” male and female employees.
  • As a result of the Colts discriminatory acts, Wampler has suffered and will continue to suffer monetary damages and damages for mental anguish and humiliation unless and until the Court grants relief.
  • The Colts acted with malice or reckless indifference to Wampler’s civil rights thereby entitling her to punitive damages. Wampler is entitled to recover reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs incurred in this action.

Wampler claimed sexual discrimination in the lawsuit primarily because Colts players were not dismissed from the club despite engaging in off-field behavior that was allegedly much worse than what the Colts cited in firing her.

Wampler claimed racial discrimination after citing in the lawsuit instances where caucasian cheerleaders were not fired despite, again, engaging in off-field behavior that was worse than why she was apparently let go by the team. (Wampler is Indonesian.)

So what exactly does Wampler want from the Colts? From her attorney’s court complaint: Read more…