If there’s anything worse than a woman scorned, it would be a woman scorned who has pictures of your junk that you sexted her. If you thought this story was ugly before, just wait for Round 2 if the NFL decides ol’ Brett is just a misunderstood country boy. The real question is: if Sterger has the evidence she claims, why hasn’t Favre, the Vikings, or the NFL paid her off yet? Call Tiger Woods and get some tips on shutting women up so you can going on playing your game already.
Here’s the latest from our friends at TMZ:
If the NFL doesn’t come down on Brett Favre for his alleged sexting scandal — his accuser might go public with an “overabundance of evidence” … this according to her manager.
Favre could get word any day now about potential punishment for allegedly sending Jenn Sterger photos of his penis while he was with the New York Jets … and she was working as the team’s stadium host. Sterger’s manager, Phil Reese, believes she “provided extensive evidence that irrefutably proves there was harassment” — and adds, “No matter what happens Jenn has all legal remedies, including going public … if the NFL doesn’t clear her name.” Reese thinks an NFL reprimand of the Vikings QB would go a long way toward changing public opinion of Sterger.
Sterger’s camp insists she has more evidence than the photos that have already come out. Reese adds, “We sincerely hope the league does the right thing.”
Are we close to the end of the Brett Favre/Jenn Sterger saga? If you believe TMZ (and who doesn’t these days?) Sterger provided the NFL with enough evidence to allow them to take swift action against the future Hall of Famer and likely end Favre’s career. Only time will tell.
Sterger, her attorney, and her manager Phil Reese met with NFL investigators today in NYC … and presented materials that Reese says go beyond what has been reported — penis photos and text messages sent to Sterger. Reese tells TMZ, “We expect action swiftly, but it’s in their hands now.”
Favre could be punished if the NFL finds he violated its personal conduct policy by sending inappropriate messages to Sterger … who was a NY Jets stadium reporter at the time.
Good news for Brett Favre fans . . . well sort of. FOX Sports senior writer Jay Glazer is reporting that the Vikings QB told the NFL he was bad, but not THAT bad.
We doubt Mrs. Favre will be as impressed with the difference as the Commissioner.
Glazer, speaking on the FOX NFL pregame show, said a source informed him that Favre claimed responsibility for the voice messages during his meeting with NFL security on Tuesday. Favre is being investigated for potentially violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy after allegations that the future Hall of Famer sent Sterger inappropriate messages while he was playing for the team in 2008. Favre currently plays for the Minnesota Vikings.
Sports news website Deadspin sparked the controversy on October 7 when it posted a video montage containing the voice messages and racy photographs allegedly sent by Favre.