Former Jaguars kicker accused of sexually assaulting flight attendants on team’s trip to London

Former Jacksonville Jaguars kicker Brandon McManus has been accused of sexually assaulting two women during the team’s flight to London last year, ESPN reported Monday.

According to News 6 partner WJXT, the unidentified women, who were working as flight attendants on the Jaguars’ Sept. 28, 2023, Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings charter flight, filed the lawsuit Friday night in Duval County Circuit Civil Court, ESPN reported.

According to the lawsuit, McManus, 32, rubbed himself against them and was grinding on them during what was described as a party-like atmosphere on the flight. The lawsuit also claims that McManus recruited three other flight attendants to the party and passed out $100 bills to encourage them to drink and dance inappropriately for him, according to ESPN.

They also accused the Jacksonville Jaguars of failing to supervise McManus and failing to create a safe environment for staff serving the team.

They’re seeking an excess of $1 million and are demanding a jury trial.

A source told ESPN that a statement from McManus or his attorney is expected sometime on Monday.

The Jaguars declined to comment.

McManus played one season for the Jaguars after spending nine seasons with the Denver Broncos. He signed a one-year, $3.6 million contract with the Washington Commanders on March 14.

News4JAX is working to get a copy of the lawsuit, but due to the Memorial Day holiday, it may not be available until Tuesday.

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