The Oakland Raiders are no longer the only NFL team being sued by its cheerleaders, you can now add the Cincinnati Bengals to that list. Alexa Brenneman, a cheerleader who just finished her first season with the Ben-Gals, is suing the Bengals because she claims the team pays nowhere near minimum wage.

According to the lawsuit, which was filed on Feb. 11 and obtained by KTLA.com, Brenneman says that she worked over 300 hours for the Bengals during the 2013 season and was paid only $855. Those numbers work out to exactly $2.85 per hour, which is well below the 2013 Ohio minimum wage of $7.85 per hour.

The Ben-Gals are making even less than the Raiderettes. The lawsuit filed by the Raiders cheerleaders in January alleges that the Raiderettes were making a little less than $5 per hour for their time in Oakland.

The Bengals even mentioned the Raiders lawsuit in a statement about Brenneman's lawsuit.

"The Ben-Gals cheerleading program has long been a program run by former cheerleaders and has enjoyed broad support in the community and by members of the squad. [This] lawsuit appears to be a copycat lawsuit that mimics the one filed last month in California against a different NFL club. The Bengals will address the litigation in due course."

One team that won't have to worry about a lawsuit is the Seahawks. Brenneman's lawsuit cites Seattle as a team that pays its cheerleaders fairly. The Sea-Gals are paid an hourly wage for 'all hours worked' and 'applicable overtime.'