(NEWSER) – Five former cheerleaders are taking the Buffalo Bills to court, saying they were paid less than minimum wage and subjected to disturbing physical scrutiny. The Bills "exploited the women by failing to pay them in accordance with New York State minimum wage laws," the lawsuit, which also targets the squad's current and former management companies, alleges. One member reportedly made just $150 over the course of a season,Deadspin notes. Oakland Raiders and Cincinnati Bengals cheerleaders have recently filed similar lawsuits, USA Today points out.

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