The Dallas Cowboys paid a confidential settlement of $2.4 million after four members of their cheerleading squad accused a team executive of voyeurism as they undressed during a 2015 event, according to documents obtained by ESPN.

Each of the women received $399,523.27 after the incident.

One of the cheerleaders alleged that she saw Richard Dalrymple, the Cowboys' longtime senior vice president for public relations and communications, standing behind a wall in their locker room with his iPhone extended toward them while they were changing their clothes, according to the report.

Dalrymple also was accused by a fan of taking "upskirt" photos of Charlotte Jones Anderson, a team senior vice president and the daughter of team owner Jerry Jones, in the Cowboys' war room during the 2015 NFL draft.