Woman in Jerry Jones Case Has History of Legal Cases Involving Celebs
Officials at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas have sealed that filing, which was distributed all over the internet on Monday. The filing is not considered a lawsuit and Gavin told FanHouse that she is representing herself as she seeks $500 million plus attorney fees.
A source with knowledge of the case said the Jones' representatives will ask the U.S. Attorney's Office to charge Gavin with making a false claim.
Citing the frivolous nature of the case, both the Cowboys and the firm Jones hired to win a protection order against Gavin declined to comment. Jones was granted the protection order in state court last month which prohibits Gavin "from contacting or attempting to contact" Jones or any member of his family.
As part of the protection ruling, Gavin is required to pay Jones' legal fees in the case that total $5,000. To pay for the legal fees, Gavin said she attempted to contact billionaire investor Warren Buffett. She's attempted to subpoena real estate tycoon Donald Trump among others in previous litigation.
"I wrote to Warren Buffett to see if he liked to buy my cowboy boots," Gavin said in a phone interview on Monday. "He could auction them off to pay the attorney fees."
Gavin refused to discuss the details of her alleged run-in with Jones, which, coincidently, she claims took place on the same night an inebriated Jerry Jones was caught in camera on footage that originated on Deadspin last April.