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Panthers officials said the two women accused of fighting at a Tampa Bay bar have been dismissed from the squad. The Panthers are able to fire the two women without a legal conviction because they said their actions violate team conduct policies.

Now they're not just off the squad, an adult magazine has an offer for them.

Penthouse magazine is making an offer to the former cheerleaders. The P.R. woman for the magazine confirmed it Monday night.

The nationally known men’s magazine wants to cash in on what allegedly went on inside the bars bathroom stall. The former Panther cheerleaders are accused of having sex with each other and starting a fight.

The Panthers organization isn't saying much, but their website is down. Millions of hits from fans are trying to learn more about the cheerleader scandal.

Witnesses said the bar was busy and there was a line to use the women’s restroom. Police said Renee Thomas and another Panther cheerleader, Angela Keathley, were having sex in the stall. When they came out, the women who were waiting to use the bathroom let them have it.

“She was screaming I am a Panther cheerleader. I’m not going to get arrested for this. And, I was like, that’s good for you but you are going to jail,” the alleged victim Melissa Holden said.

Now the women are out of jail and being courted by Penthouse magazine.

The magazine’s rep said Penthouse plans to have an offer in writing Tuesday.

But so far, there has been no offer of apology.

Another third Panther cheerleader is also caught up in the scandal. Police said one of the women in the fight was carrying another cheerleader’s ID. The Panthers have dismissed the two cheerleaders in the fight, and that third cheerleader is suspended.

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A popular adult magazine has made an offer to the two cheerleaders accused of having sex with each other in a Florida bar and getting involved in a fight, according to a Local 6 News report.

Penthouse magazine is courting Renee Thomas, 22, and Angela Keathley, 26, to pose nude, according to the report.

http://www.local6.com/news/5278661/detail.html

This ought to be intresting!!

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Well looking at the mug-shots of the two: This may be the only way that the brunette would ever make Penthouse........

The poor girl had been up all night, having sex in a bathroom stall, and got

in a fight. You can't expect her to look her best for the mug shot.

Sure we've all woke up to worse... :laugh:

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Cheerleader Wasn't Having Sex In Bathroom, Attorney Says

POSTED: 12:24 pm CST November 9, 2005

UPDATED: 1:14 pm CST November 9, 2005

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- An ex-Carolina Panthers cheerleader charged with giving police a false name during her arrest at a bar has denied accounts that she was having sex with another cheerleader in a restroom stall.

Renee Thomas, 20, also accused of hitting a bar patron, is charged with giving a false name and causing harm to another, a third-degree felony punishable by probation or a jail term of up to five years. The second cheerleader, Angela Keathley, 26, is charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

The two members of the Panthers TopCats were arrested early Sunday at a bar in Tampa, Fla., hours before Carolina played Tampa Bay. Some witnesses told police the two angered patrons waiting in a restroom line by having sex in a stall.

Another witness discounted the sex story, telling The Tampa Tribune that Thomas was drunk.

In a written statement, Thomas' attorney said his client wanted to apologize "to everyone affected by the incident."

"This was an unfortunate incident which has generated numerous rumors and inaccurate facts," attorney Peter Anderson wrote. "Miss Thomas denies all allegations of any sexual conduct."

The statement did not specifically address the criminal charges, but said Thomas is cooperating with authorities in Florida. Anderson declined to make any additional comment when reached by telephone Wednesday.

Repeated attempts to reach the women have been unsuccessful.

Thomas was released before police learned she had given them a driver's license belonging to another Panthers cheerleader, who was not in Tampa. Detectives are trying to determine how Thomas got the license.

Tampa police spokeswoman Laura McElroy said Tuesday the allegations of sexual conduct "have nothing to do with the charges," McElroy said.

"The charge is that she (Thomas) punched someone in the face and then she chose to give police a fake ID," McElroy said.

Cheerleader Story Takes Top Billing

From the sidelines to the headlines, the tawdry tale of a pair of Carolina Panthers cheerleaders who got into a bar fight became all anyone wanted to talk about this week, overshadowing even the exploits of the winning football team.

"If you still want to talk about it today.... go ahead," an exasperated Mark Packer told yet another caller on his top-rated sports-talk radio show.

"These two ladies got a little freaky," the caller started in.

"A little freaky?" Packer replied, trying to hold back his laughter. "It was a lot freaky."

Forget that the team on the field had won five straight to improve to 6-2. It was the cheerleaders story that was the most e-mailed story on ESPN.com and the most-viewed on 400 U.S. newspaper Web sites served by The Associated Press. Photos of the pair -- Renee Thomas, 20, of Pittsboro, and Angela Keathley, 26, of Belmont -- were the most e-mailed from Yahoo.com.

"The calls went on for four hours yesterday and the next caller says that's what he wants to talk about," said WFNZ producer Daniel Norwood. "It was kind of ridiculous that this is all anyone wants to talk about when the Panthers are playing so well."

The team's Web site was up and running again Tuesday after it was shut down Monday. The "TopCats" cheerleaders have their own section on the site, but the pair's personal bios and photos are gone.

Tampa police spokeswoman Laura McElroy said Tuesday that authorities had issued a fugitive warrant for Thomas, who was charged with giving a false name and causing harm to another, a third-degree felony punishable by probation or a jail term of up to five years. She was released before police learned she had given them a driver's license belonging to another Panthers cheerleader, who was not in Tampa.

"She was bonded out on the false name she gave us," McElroy said, adding that detectives are trying to determine how Thomas got the license.

Keathley was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. She was released about an hour before the Panthers played the Bucs at Raymond James Stadium.

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