NFL Star Michael Irvin Faces Backlash After The Marriott Releases New Information On $100 Million Harassment Lawsuit

Former Dallas Cowboys star Michael Irvin was recently kicked off of the NFL’s Super Bowl panel when a woman filed a complaint against the athlete after an unsolicited interaction that allegedly took place at a Marriott hotel in Arizona.

Irving, who is seeking $100 million in damages from the Jane Doe involved as well as the Marriot, compared the claims against him to that of modern-day lynching.

He addressed the situation in a recent conference, noting, “This takes me back to a time where a white woman would accuse a black man of something and they would take a bunch of guys that were above the law, run in the barn, put a rope around his foot and drag him through the mud and hang him by the tree.”

The Marriott filed their motion to dismiss the suit, releasing key details they failed to disclose initially. They claimed the unnamed victim made a complaint about Irvin making unwanted sexual advances, asking the employee “if she knew anything about having a big black man inside of [her].'”

The Marriott wrote: “Irvin’s counsel provided a self-serving, inaccurate summary of the video footage Marriott produced, including his claim that the footage proves Irvin did nothing wrong.”

They also claimed the former NFL player was the one who made this about race, not the victim.


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