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2 Women Sue Brandon McManus Of Sexual Assault During Jacksonville Jaguars’ Flight To London Last Year


According to court documents obtained by ESPN, two women have filed a lawsuit against kicker Brandon McManus and the Jacksonville Jaguars, claiming that McManus sexually assaulted them during the team’s international flight to London last year.

In the lawsuit filed Friday night in Duval County Circuit Civil Court, the women, identified as Jane Doe I and Jane Doe II, claim that McManus has been rubbing himself against them and grinding on them. They also claim that the Jaguars have failed to supervise McManus and provide a safe environment for staff members who serve the team.

The Jaguars acknowledged the lawsuit in a statement on Monday night. The women’s attorney, Tony Buzbee, stated in a statement posted to Instagram on Tuesday that they tried to settle the case before filing the lawsuit, demanding a jury trial and seeking more than $1 million.

The two women are plaintiffs in a lawsuit alleging that while McManus and several other players disregarded personal space, aviation safety, and federal law, the flight turned into a party. McManus allegedly invited three other flight attendants to the party and distributed $100 bills to encourage inappropriate drinking and dancing. The lawsuit was filed on September 28, 2023, on an Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings charter flight operated by the Jaguars.

Doe II claims McManus ground against her during the second meal service and smirked when confronted. Doe I claims McManus tried to kiss her during turbulence and twice while serving the flight’s meal services. The lawsuit claims Doe II avoided McManus during the flight from London to Jacksonville on October 8.

The women have been removed from the core crew that staffs Jaguars charter flights, something they worked hard to achieve, and the lawsuit claims that the September flight was their first Jaguars charter flight, causing them severe mental anguish, anxiety, and distress.

The lawsuit claims that the Jaguars engaged in gross negligence by neglecting to supervise McManus, properly hire and train him, implement policies to shield employees from sexual misconduct and enforce a zero-tolerance policy for inappropriate behavior.

Jaguars coach Doug Pederson declined to comment on the lawsuit until more information is gathered. He noted that Monday was the first time he heard about the allegations against McManus and denied describing the flight to London as a party atmosphere. Pederson mentioned the seating arrangement on the flight is somewhat separated.

On May 5, 2023, McManus signed a one-year contract worth $2 million with the Jaguars following his release from the Denver Broncos. He had a successful season in 2022, making 30 of 37 field goals and all 35 of his extra point attempts.

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