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Dallas Cowboys owner allegedly appears in racy photos

Jerry Jones usually relishes attention, but he's fallen at the wrong end of coverage this week.

A Twitter user on Tuesday posted photos allegedly of the Dallas Cowboys owner in sexually suggestive poses with young women, the New York Post reported. The user shared photos with the caption, "Sins of Jerry Jones" in what the Post called "an apparent extortion plot."

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is shown prior to a game between the Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles in Arlington, Texas.
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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is shown prior to a game between the Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles in Arlington, Texas.

Multiple images show a man, who the Twitter user claims is Jones, in a bathroom posing with two different women. Jones has been married to his wife, Gene, for 51 years.

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Deadspin identified the source as Frank Hoover, who the Post called a Cowboys and Dallas Mavericks "groupie." Hoover claimed he received the pictures from "others who had planned to extort Jones," the Post wrote.

"I am the way, the truth and Jerry, you are my light," Hoover wrote in a 20-page "manifesto" addressed to Jones, the Post said.

Read The New York Post's full story and see the images here.

— By CNBC.com staff

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