Angelina Rosa is the sixth former cheerleader to join a lawsuit against the Texans.
A sixth former Texas cheerleader sued the team, claiming she was physically ashamed, according to NBC News.
In a press conference on Friday, Angelina Rosa claimed that her skin, without her consent without her consent, was described by her coach as "lean fat".
Rosa described how her coach once asked her to stay behind when her teammates walked onto the pitch threatening to cut her out of the team. Suddenly, a group of alumni and their coach used sticky tape with the Texan logo to tighten their skin. They told her it would "hurt a bit."
"My skin was torn because of the movement," Rosa said. She also said that her skin was sweaty and irritated under the band.
Rosa joins a lawsuit filed earlier this month against the Texans of five former cheerleaders. In the lawsuit, they claimed that they were not paid for every hour they worked and were bullied and sexually molested.
After the lawsuit was filed, the Texans issued a statement saying, "We've reviewed and looked into the complaints. We will vigorously defend ourselves against these allegations."
This lawsuit is not the only one recently published by Cheerleaders against NFL teams was submitted. Last week, a cowboys' cheerleader filed a lawsuit alleging that the team had not paid their minimum wage and overtime. She also claimed that she was paid only a quarter of what the mascot did.
Former cheerleaders for the Saints and Dolphins have also filed complaints alleging that they have been sexually harassed and discriminated against.
At the press conference, Rosa described her time with the Texans as a "hostile working environment" and said that she had developed unhealthy eating habits. She tried eating popcorn and drinking water to lose weight.
Gloria Allred, the lawyer of the six cheerleaders, read a statement at the press conference that she wrote to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell about the allegations
"The NFL should be more than just greed," Allred said. "Mr. Goodell, you dropped the ball and instead of scoring for women's rights you retreated back to the dressing room with your head down."
Amy Palcic, vice president of the Texans for Communications, told the team no additional comment on Friday.