BREAKING: Two Women Are Suing K Brandon McManus And Jacksonville Jaguars For Sexual Assault

Two women are suing kicker Brandon McManus and the Jacksonville Jaguars over allegations of sexual assault during the team’s flight to London las season, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Michael DiRocco.

“According to the lawsuit, the two women worked as flight attendants on the Jaguars’ Sept. 28, 2023, Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings charter flight and they allege the flight ‘quickly turned into a party’ as McManus and several other players disregarded the flight attendants’ personal space, air travel safety, and federal law,” DiRocco reported. “The lawsuit also claims that McManus recruited three other flight attendants to the party and passed out $100 bills to encourage them to drink and dance inappropriately for him.”

One of the woman, who identified as Jane Doe I, alleged McManus attempted to kiss her and was “twice grinding up against her while she was serving the flight’s two meal services.” The other woman, who’s identified as Jane Doe III, alleged McManus “grinned up against her” and “smirked and walked away” when she confronted him.

The woman said she suffered “severe mental anguish” among other mental health issues since the alleged incident occurred. They also say they have been removed from the staffs that work the flights the Jaguars charter and are seeking around $1 million in damages.


McManus spent the 2023 season with Jacksonville after having played his first nine years with the Denver Broncos. He went 30-of-37 on field goals, including a long of 56 yards. The 32-year-old is signed with the Washington Commanders this offseason.