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  • Owner: NBC News
  • Clip Name: 5114125551_s17
  • Date: 1/11/02
  • Title: Former Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders Susette Walsh And Nicole Sozio And Their Lawyer Michael McKenna Discuss The Cheerleaders Being Spied On In The Showers\n
  • Production Unit: TDY
  • Media Type: AS
  • Media ID: NY-TDY-20020111-0001
  • Ardome ID: 1100100612199310222
  • Hit Time: 08:08:59
  • NA
  • Duration: 00:05:30;00
  • Location: Today New York Studio;Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
  • Era: 2000s
  • Personalities: Walsh, Susette;Sozio, Nicole;McKenna, Michael;
  • Short Description: Former Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders Susette Walsh And Nicole Sozio And Their Lawyer Michael McKenna Discuss The Cheerleaders Being Spied On In The Showers\n
  • Long Description:
    EJ:
    8:10:03 (:13)
    INT PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA IN VETERANS STADIUM
    MS: Panning shot of the visiting players' training room.
    Cu: Holes drilled into door.
    MS: Holes drilled into door.

    8:11:01 (:25)
    INT PHILADELPHIA IN VETERANS STADIUM
    MS: Panning shot of the visiting players' training room.
    CU: Holes drilled into door.
    MS: Holes drilled into door.

    Former Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders Susette Walsh and Nicole Sozio, and their lawyer Michael McKenna seen live in-studio. Walsh notes how she became aware that she was being spied on, says she had no idea it was happening, and adds the football players are men and are not boys and this type of behavior won't be tolerated. Sozio says she found out she was being spied on by girlfriends who told her, and says the visiting player team's training room's door is directly across from the cheerleader showers. McKenna describes the EJ shown of the visiting player's training room, says the Philadelphia Eagles were careless but the visiting players' conduct was intentional, notes how they will find out who's guilty (44 former cheerleaders have filed a lawsuit against 29 teams), and says the National Football League has had no response.

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