By Tamar Lapin. March 26, pm Updated March 26, pm. A New Orleans Saints cheerleader who was fired for posting a swimsuit picture is accusing the NFL of gender discrimination, according to a new report. Bailey Davis was booted from the Saintsations for putting up an image of herself in a one-piece on Instagram in January — violating a rule that prohibits cheerleaders from appearing nude, semi-nude or in lingerie, the New York Times reported. She also was accused of going to a party with Saints players — another rule she denies violating.
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A New Orleans Saints cheerleader is accusing the NFL of gender discrimination after she was fired for posting an image of herself in a swimsuit. Davis had spent three seasons travelling with the team until she was fired on 23 January for the photo as well as an allegation she attended a party with Saints players, which would constitute another rule violation. But Davis argues that as the rule about appearing semi-nude does not apply to Saints football players her employer is guilty of gender discrimination. The players are not required to do any of these things. In January , the Saints reminded the all-female dance squad that their social media pages must be in "private mode", according to an email obtained by the BBC.
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By Gareth Davies For Mailonline. A former New Orleans Saints cheerleader is suing the franchise after she claims she was fired for posting a picture of herself in a one-piece swimsuit. Bailey Davis said she was fired after three years with the NFL team, who claimed she had violated its extremely strict code of conduct. The Saints officials accused her of appearing nude, semi-nude or in lingerie and attending a party with the franchise's football players - both of which are prohibited. Bailey Davis posing in a one-piece swimsuit in a photograph posted on her Instagram account in April.
Those dreams were crushed after three years on the job when she says she was fired for a "distasteful" Instagram post. Davis grew up in Ellisville, Mississippi. Her family travelled miles km to Louisiana to support the New Orleans Saints football team each season. Her mother worked as a choreographer for the Saintsations for 18 years and Davis grew up around the women with the goal of someday becoming one of them. After high school, Davis finally had her chance to dance in the Superdome, where the Saints play.