Cayman Nebraska is seen in his photo with Urban Meyer with her head on his shoulder
The 24-year-old woman who was filmed grinding on Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer is seen for the first time since the viral encounter.
Exclusive DailyMail.com photos show Cayman Nebraska, 24, outside of her new $400,000 Ohio home, which is just a mile from Meyer’s bar where the incident took place.
She appeared casual at her front door, with her blond locks tied up in a messy bun, wearing glasses, an oversized white t-shirt and was barefoot.
Nebraska, a digital marketing executive, refused to comment when approached by DailyMail.com outside of her home, which she purchased just last month.
Since the video of her grinding up against the married head coach went viral last week, she has been placed under investigation by her employer and fears losing her job.
Nebraska’s mother told USA Today on Thursday that her daughter is afraid to leave her home after facing abuse.
‘I’m worried for her emotional status right now,’ her concerned mother said. ‘(She) can’t even go anywhere. It’s ruining her life.’
Cayman Nebraska, 24, was filmed dancing suggestively with the NFL head coach Urban Meyer last week in a video that’s now gone viral
Exclusive DailyMail.com photos show Cayman Nebraska, 24, outside of her new $400,000 Ohio home, which is just a mile from Meyer’s bar
Nebraska, a digital marketing executive, refused to comment when approached by DailyMail.com outside of her recently purchased home
Since the video of her grinding up against the married head coach went viral last week, she has been placed under investigation by her employer and fears losing her job, according to her mother
Nebraska’s mother said she was praying her daughter does not get fired, because she needs the job to finance her newly purchased home (pictured)
The Ohio mother said she was praying her daughter does not get fired because she needs the job to finance the newly purchased house.
‘I just pray that Alex [the owner of New Horizons] doesn’t fire my daughter because she needs this job,’ the woman said. ‘She just bought a house.’
Nebraska is living in the three bedroom, two bathroom, home built in 1895. The 1,450 sq ft house is minutes from downtown Columbus, Ohio.
New Horizon Media Group, the firm where Nebraska works, has begun an internal investigation within the company into the female employee.
The video, shot at Urban Chophouse in Columbus, Ohio, also shows the coach appearing to fondle Cayman from behind.
When asked why an investigation is necessary, New Horizon told USA that they were merely looking into whether or not the scandal would have any lasting effects on operations at the company, as the firm does business with Urban Chophouse.
‘We’re going to undertake our internal investigation to determine what, if any, impact this has on the company and we’ll proceed accordingly,’ New Horizon Media Group told USA Today.
‘We’ve had no prior issues with her whatsoever,’ a rep for the company added, saying, ‘she’s been a very solid asset to the company.’
The video showing the 24-year-old dancing on Jacksonville Jaguars coach Urban Meyer has spread like wildfire across social media, and has subsequently ‘ruined’ her life, Nebraska’s mom said
The video shows Cayman Nebraska grinding on the head coach at his bar in Columbus, Ohio. Meyer promptly apologized to his players at a team meeting nearly a week later on Wednesday
Nebraska’s mother said, ‘I’m worried for her emotional status right now. (She) can’t even go anywhere. It’s ruining her life’
The video, shot at Urban Chophouse in Columbus, Ohio, also shows the coach appearing to fondle Cayman from behind. Her home is just a mile down the road from the bar
The videos of the woman and Meyer spread across social media last week, after the Jaguars lost to the Bengals 24-21 during a Thursday Night Football fixture in Cincinnati.
The coach raised eyebrows when he decided not to travel back with the team after the game, so that he could visit family in Columbus.
He was then captured on video with several young women at Urban Chophouse in Columbus – with one being Cayman.
Meyer promptly apologized to his players at a team meeting nearly a week later on Wednesday, for subjecting them and his wife Shelley to the embarrassment associated with the sordid affair, calling the encounter with the unnamed woman a ‘stupid mistake.’
‘I apologized for the distraction with this huge week coming up, especially after they made so much improvement from Week 1 to Week 4,’ Meyer told reporters ahead of Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans.
Meyer specifically admitted that he ’embarrassed’ his wife Shelley, speaking with reporters after Wednesday’s team meeting – but seemed confident that his marriage would survive.
‘I don’t want to get into our personal life but 37 years we’ve been together and it’s been awesome, man,’ Meyer said.
‘And this speed bump’s not going to get in the way of that.’
Meyer pictured alongside his wife Shelley in 2019 when he coached the Ohio State Buckeyes
Meyer’s daughter Gigi defended her father. She said that the family has decided to ‘move on’ from the controversy, and that she has the ‘most incredible family in the world’
The wife of Jacksonville Jaguars coach Urban Meyer is defending him after he was caught groping a young woman’s backside in a pair of viral videos. ‘We all make mistakes-we are all sinners,’ Shelley, Meyer’s wife of 37 years, tweeted Thursday. ‘If you think you aren’t? Then cast the first stone’
Meyer, a decorated former college coach just four games into his NFL career, also stressed that he has not considered resigning.
Meyer’s daughter and wife defended him.
‘As much of our lives might seem different to everybody else’s we’re still human,’ said Gigi Meyer, the coach’s daughter, via Instagram Thursday. ‘The good news is we know my dad and we know his character and he’s literally the most incredible person I know in my entire life.’
She said that the family has decided to ‘move on’ from the controversy, and that she has the ‘most incredible family in the world.’
Her mother also backed her husband of 37 years.
‘We all make mistakes, we are all sinners,’ Shelley Meyers tweeted Thursday. ‘If you think you aren’t? Then cast the first stone.’