Lacy T

Oakland Raiders cheerleader

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"Lacy T" is a cheerleader for the Oakland Raiders (a "Raiderette") and lead plaintiff in a 2014 class-action lawsuit against the Oakland Raiders

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The Oakland Raiders cheerleaders - known as the Raiderettes - are  suing their team . They say they’re not getting paid on time and sometimes not getting paid for the hours they work.

Oakland Raiders Cheerleaders Sue the Team

The Oakland Raiders cheerleaders - known as the Raiderettes - are suing their team . They say they’re not getting paid on time and sometimes not getting paid for the hours they work.

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