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"Elite has become aware of the social media posting of inappropriate actions of an Elite staff member at Qualcomm Stadium on Dec. "Elite would like to apologize to anyone who was offended by this isolated incident.Additionally, Elite has opened a formal investigation into the matter and has acted swiftly in terminating the employee involved." The firm said the guard, whose name was not released, passed all background screenings and licensing requirements.Instagram user lov_app posted the video, which had been viewed more than 15,000 times by Wednesday afternoon."Guard was openly masturbating RIGHT IN FRONT of us during the game, while watching the cheerleaders jump up and down!!! Such a complete disregard for women's rights and public decency!From that point on, the "Cow Belles & Beaux" became the "Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders", with new members added every year.Preparing for the 1970 season, Schramm decided to change the Cheerleaders' image to boost attendance.I have to admit scratching my head over why anyone would want to be an NFL cheerleader at all, given the poor track record on working conditions and pay.

Elite Security, the firm contracted to provide security for the game, fired him.Chargers executives learned about the video Monday night."We're obviously concerned and taking it seriously," Bill Stetson, the team's director of security, told ABC10.She became an instant public sensation in Dallas, also gaining attention from Cowboys General Manager Tex Schramm.Understanding the importance of the entertainment industry to the Cowboys' profitability, Schramm was inspired to form a cheerleading squad dressed in similar fashion to Cash.

Elite Security, the firm contracted to provide security for the game, fired him.

Chargers executives learned about the video Monday night.

"We're obviously concerned and taking it seriously," Bill Stetson, the team's director of security, told ABC10.

She became an instant public sensation in Dallas, also gaining attention from Cowboys General Manager Tex Schramm.

Understanding the importance of the entertainment industry to the Cowboys' profitability, Schramm was inspired to form a cheerleading squad dressed in similar fashion to Cash.

After trailing 13–6 at halftime, the Cowboys scored 24 unanswered points in the second half.