Jerry Jones Found In Suggestive Blackmail Pictures

Jerry Jones cannot wait for the 2014 NFL season to start. Anything to get away from this.

The 72-year-old Jones is seen in two racy pictures according to Deadspin. One photo shows Jones, in a bathroom, standing behind a pretty young blond woman, cupping her breasts. The second shows a pretty young blond woman kneeling in front of Jones in a bathroom, her face rubbing against Jones’ groin area. The photos were originally posted on Twitter. But that’s not the bizarre part.

The tweeter, whose handle is INFIN8SON, posted these pictures with the caption: “Sins of Jerry Jones.” The sports gossip site TerezOwens first posted the images. Deadspin identified the Twitter source as Dallas Mavericks and Cowboys groupie Frank Hoover, who claims he got the pictures from others who had planned to extort Jones with the odd images.

As fantastic as it sounds, there are some shreds of reality and truth here; Hoover was able to acquire the photos. Also, Deadspin learned from a source that knows Hoover that Hoover was constantly at parties alongside Cowboys and Mavericks players. Here’s the twist — one day, he woke up and thought himself to be the son of God. After this serendipitous self-promotion, Hoover’s story is thus; Hoover meets Kevion Hickman (aka 24K), and the two begin to put together a charity event with Jamie Foxx. Eventually, that plan fell through, but the two kept their business connection until Hoover learned that Hickman and some of Hickman’s accomplices had these photos and were to be used to blackmail Jones.

According to the New York Post, Hoover then creates a 20-page manifesto addressed to Jones titled “Uncovering The Truth.” In the oft-confusing letter, Hoover lays out the conspiracy and Hoover’s role in saving Jones from blackmail. “I am the way, the truth and Jerry, you are my light,” wrote Hoover. Hoover said he had to move from Dallas to Wichita, Kansas, because unknown forces were out to kill him over his knowledge about the alleged plot against Jones. “So I gave my life to save yours,” Hoover wrote. “I know this because I am the Son of God and he sent me to you. Jerry, possession giving the rest away to charity and then living poor,” Hoover wrote.

Hoover has been trying to reach out to Jones for years, through the Jones’ lawyer, Levi McCathern. “Jerry Jones’ attorney, Levi McCathern, failed his client and had the chance to prevent this by helping me,” he wrote. “I asked for nothing in return except a meeting with Jerry.”

Jones has been married to his wife Gene for 51 years. An 8-8 Cowboys season would be a nice distraction from all this.