Cowboys' Jerry Jones calls racy photos 'misrepresentations'

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says suggestive photos of him on Internet are 'misrepresentations'

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has publicly acknowledged the suggestive photos of him circulating the Internet, calling them "misrepresentations."

Jones, speaking Sunday evening to reporters at Cowboys training camp in Oxnard, declined to delve into specifics about the grainy photographs except to say he's known about them since they were taken five years ago. 

"Someone has misrepresented photos taken at a restaurant five years ago for their own purposes," Jones said, according to the Dallas Morning News. "I'm just not going to comment on it."

In the photos, which appeared on and, Jones is in suggestive poses with two younger women. Everyone is clothed. In one shot, a woman has her head against the crotch of a standing Jones. In another, Jones is standing behind a woman, holding her breasts. 

The photos appeared in a 20-page manifesto by a man named Frank Hoover, who refers to himself as the "Son of God." Hoover writes the photos were part of an extortion plan by someone else.

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