Nashville (AP) -- Fourteen former Nashville Kat's cheerleaders who claimed they were secretly videotaped in a dressing room received more than three quarters of a million dollars in a settlement.
Terms of the December 2004 agreement were made public yesterday, according to the Tennessean newspaper, which fought for access to the settlement.
The cheerleaders for the arena football team filed a $13 million lawsuit against two men accused of videotaping them undressing.
The lawsuit also named their employer, powers management, and the NHL Nashville predators as defendants.
In addition, Powers management agreed to issue a formal apology, pay court costs and hire a security firm to devise a policy on video surveillance.
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