May 6 (Bloomberg) — The New York Jets became the latest National Football League franchise to face litigation over cheerleader pay when a former member of the team’s squad sued to recover unpaid wages and work-related expenses.

A Connecticut woman identified only as Krystal C. filed the lawsuit today in New Jersey Superior Court in Bergen County, saying that the Jets have “historically and currently” paid their cheerleaders, known by the team as the “Flight Crew,” less than minimum wage, according to a copy of the complaint provided by her lawyers.

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