Lawsuit against Jones dismissed

IRVING, Texas -- A former stripper's lawsuit against Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones has been dismissed.

Jana Weckerly had been seeking more than $1 million in damages from Jones and the Cowboys after an alleged incident at a Dallas hotel in 2009. Photos surfaced over the summer of Jones in compromising positions, but he said the pictures were a "misrepresentation" of what happened.

"We are pleased with the court's judgment against Ms. Weckerly," Jones attorney Levi McCathern said. "Ms. Weckerly's allegations were false. This case is over."

According to the court papers, Weckerly can "take nothing" from Jones and the Cowboys.

Attorneys for Jones had argued that the suit should be dismissed because the Oklahoma woman waited too long to file it. The suit accused Jones of grabbing Weckerly's genitals and kissing her without her consent. She also accused Jones, the team and McCathern of conspiring to keep her quiet by paying her hush money for at least four years.

Jones, the team and McCathern denied all of the allegations.

"We don't contest the judgment entered by the court," said Thomas Bowers, Weckerly's attorney. "And neither Jerry Jones or the Cowboys organization has paid us any money.''