Sex case cheerleader sues gossip site

A  cheerleader who had sex with her underage student is back in court – but this time she is suing a website which  made “sexually tinged, disparaging comments” about her long before the scandal was revealed.

Sarah Jones, 27, a former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader, was convicted three months ago of having sex with a student who at the time was 17. She and the young man, who is now 18, are in a relationship — and she is suing gossip website thedirty.com and its owner over lewd comments made about her.

The New York Daily News reveals Jones is seeking $11 million in damages, accusing  the website and its owner, Hooman Karamian, of defamation and invasion of privacy.

Karamian, who goes by the name Nik Richie has been posting racy photos and spiteful comments for years on the website, mostly picking apart a woman’s looks. Among some of his lines: “there is a line on her chin that bothers me,” ”her hips exceed her shoulders,” and “her arms are blotchy.”

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