Going Out on a High Note, The Washington Redskins are Accused of Secretly Filming Cheerleaders Nude

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You have to know that you have seriously fucked up when calling your football team The Washington Redskins isn’t even the worst thing you’ve done as a franchise. Already embroiled in sex scandals, the Redskins are now accused of secretly making a nude video of their cheerleaders for owner Dan Snyder during a photoshoot for a bikini calendar back in 2008.

The Washington Post reports that outtakes from the shoot where the cheerleaders were out of their clothes were compiled into a video, which they have seen but aren’t sharing.

What the cheerleaders didn’t know was that another video, intended strictly for private use, would be produced using footage from that same shoot. Set to classic rock, the 10-minute unofficial video featured moments when nipples were inadvertently exposed as the women shifted positions or adjusted props.

The lewd outtakes were what Larry Michael, then the team’s lead broadcaster and a senior vice president, referred to as “the good bits” or “the good parts,” according to Brad Baker, a former member of Michael’s staff. Baker said in an interview that he was present when Michael told staffers to make the video for team owner Daniel Snyder.

I mean, keeping outtakes where the girls are nude when they didn’t agree to be nude is already unethical, but when you do post-production on it you’re really just going above and beyond, scumbag-wise. You could win some kind of skeevy guy award, like a Golden Cosby or something.

Dan Snyder does deny having any knowledge of the video, according to TMZ.

Yeah, we’d like a copy of this video, too. You know, for sciency reasons. Journalism. One of those.

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