Found February 13, 2014 on Speleb:

Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader Alexa Brenneman filed a class action lawsuit against the team for allegedly violating federal wage laws. Brenneman said she made an average of $2.85 an hour during the 2013 season. The Ohio minimum wage during the same time: $7.85 an hour. 

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