A Sept. 24 TMZ report indicates that a $1 million lawsuit has been filed against Miles Austin, Anthony Spencer and Brandon Carr of the Dallas Cowboys regarding an incident in which a 13-year-old boy nearly drowned.
The parents of James Jackson Jr., believe the aforementioned players should be held accountable after their son was exposed to unsafe conditions during a summer camp held at the University of North Texas in Denton.
According to the report, Jackson sank to the bottom of an overcrowded pool, was pulled out and had CPR performed before being taken to a nearby hospital.
The boy's parents claim their son suffered mental anguish, disfigurement, and physical impairment as a result of the near drowning incident.
Thus, they're suing Austin, Spencer and Carr based on the fact that they believe event organizers should've hired better lifeguards and assured safer swimming conditions.
The "Anthony Spencer Overnight/Commuter Camp" was originally founded in 1983 and claims to have graduated over 91,000 athletes.