This story from last month went away pretty quick:
THE DALLAS COWBOYS paid a confidential settlement of $2.4 million after four members of their iconic cheerleading squad accused a senior team executive of voyeurism in their locker room as they undressed during a 2015 event at AT&T Stadium...One of the cheerleaders alleged that she clearly saw ... the Cowboys' longtime senior vice president for public relations and communications, standing behind a partial wall in their locker room with his iPhone extended toward them while they were changing their clothes.... [He] gained entry to the back door of the cheerleaders' locked dressing room by using a security key card.[He] also was accused ... of taking "upskirt" photos of ... the daughter of team owner Jerry Jones...A Cowboys representative said the team thoroughly investigated both alleged incidents and found no wrongdoing...[The senior VP] continued working for the Cowboys, in his same role, for nearly six years after the settlement.
The former Cowboys senior vice president for public relations and communications is a trusted adviser and friend to the Jones family. He’s a confidant. He worked tirelessly not just for the family and to protect the organization’s image, but for Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin and others who stepped in it from a public relations standpoint.
Jones has made no secret of his love of partying. [The VP] was often left to deal with the fallout when details surfaced