Jerry Jones, Cowboys owner, answered a question Monday regarding the paternity lawsuit that ties him to Alexandria Davis (25-year-old) Jones was brief when Jones asked him about Davis’ claim that the 79 year-old businessman is her biological dad.
Jones stated, “That is personal.” “That’s personal,” Jones said via the Dallas Morning News’ David Moore.
Jerry Jones on suit filed by Alexandra Davis, a 25-year-old woman who claims the Cowboys owner is her biological father.
“That is personal,” he said. “That is personal.”
A hearing is scheduled for later this week. pic.twitter.com/kKlEkoyeIG
— David Moore (@DavidMooreDMN) March 28, 2022
Davis was born in North Texas and filed a lawsuit alleging that her birth was due to a relationship Jerry Jones formed with Cynthia in the mid-90s.
Per documents submitted to the court. Davis’ mother made a deal with Dallas’ owner to support them financially, provided they did not publicly identify him as her dad. According to some, Davis was an infant at the time of this settlement.
Jerry Jones declined to comment on the paternity suit: That is personal https://t.co/5uvsLSabRF
— Clarence Hill Jr (@clarencehilljr) March 28, 2022
The hearing is set for March 31. Alexandra Davis’ lawyers maintain that the suit was not motivated by money. Instead, it is not prohibited for Alexandra Davis to reveal her true father.
Cynthia Davis’ ex-husband did not have to support their children after the divorce. Testing proved that he wasn’t the father.