Woman sues Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones drops paternity case, still requests DNA test

A 25-year-old woman who once filed a paternity case against #DallasCowboy owner #JerryJones has decided to drop the case.

Alexandra Davis asked a judge to drop the trial, but she still wants Jones to take a DNA test to legally prove he is her father.

“Alexandra has just decided she wants to move on and continue with parenting and DNA testing,” said Davis’ attorney Jay Gray. Gray added: “She wants to remove any doubt that Jerry is her father.”

If you remember, Alexandra filed the lawsuit back in March. She claimed Jones reached a settlement with her mother, Cynthia Davis, back in 1998. The agreement was that “Jones would support them financially as long as they did not publicly identify him as her father,” the AP reports.

Alexandra asks the court “to find out that she is not legally bound by an agreement between Jones and her mother if she tried to establish legally that Jones is her father.”

Alexandra grew up in North Dallas and insists that Jones met her mother Cynthia in the 1990s at an American Airlines ticket counter in Little Rock, AR. While working for the airline as a car agent, Davis was “pursued” by Jones when she divorced her ex-husband.

Alexandra was born in 1996 and shortly after her birth, her mother and her estranged husband divorced. At that time, it was established that Davis’ husband was not Alexandra’s father. “During the divorce proceedings, it was established through genetic testing that Alexandra Davis was not the child of Cynthia Davis’ husband,” it reads in court documents.

After receiving the results, Davis Jones told about Alexandra. But Jones said he could not have children and denied being Alexandra’s father. If you remember, Jones has three children with his wife Gene, and the two have been married since 1963.

Although he refused to become Alexandra’s father, the team owner and Davis agreed on a settlement demanding that she be paid $ 375,000. Alexandra was to receive “certain monthly, annual and special funds” until she turned 21. She also had to receive payments when she turned 24, 26 and 28.

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