Three Dallas Cowboys stars are personally responsible for a boy nearly drowning at a football camp this summer — at least according to the kid”s parents who are now suing for at least a MILLION BUCKS.
The parents of 13-year-old James Jackson Jr. filed the suit against Miles Austin, Anthony Spencer, and Brandon Carr … claiming it”s their fault James nearly drowned during a football camp held at the University of North Texas, and bearing Spencer”s name.
The boy reportedly sank to the bottom of a pool — while there were roughly 125 other kids in the water — and had to be pulled out, given CPR, and taken to a nearby hospital.
Now his parents are pointing the finger at the players and the company that organized the camp — claiming it was their responsibility to hire better lifeguards, and make sure the pool was safe for swimmers.
The lawsuit doesn”t specify the boy”s injuries, but says he suffered mental anguish, disfigurement, and physical impairment.
We called Cowboys HQ for comment … so far, no word back.