Quarterback Brett Favre will be fined up to $50,000, but not suspended, for allegedly sexting photos of his peen to a former New York Jets employee who was not interested, claims NFL.com. Football justice strikes again! Keep reading »
Brett Favre has tongues wagging again, but this time it’s not alcohol issues, painkiller addiction or yet another retirement announcement. Favre has been accused of sexually harassing at least three employees of the New York Jets, including Jenn Sterger, a Jets sideline reporter. Lawsuits and marital infidelity aside, the aspect of this story getting the most attention is that Favre allegedly sent pictures of his penis to Sterger. Of course, these photos have been leaked to the public along with some pretty pathetic voice mail messages from Favre to Sterger. Read more … Keep reading »
Recently, Vikings quarterback Brett Favre was accused of sending dirty texts and purported photographs of his penis to several women associated with the Jets when he played for that team. Coincidentally, yesterday Mr. Favre was hit in the groin by an errant football during team practice. It looks like that didn’t feel so good! Sorry, Brett. That karma was so much better served when it didn’t bite you in the butt but hit you in the wang. [GorillaMask.net] Keep reading »
I’m a little slow on the uptick here because I couldn’t care less about football players and their weenies. But! Some of you may have heard that Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre, a married man, might have been a naughty boy. Two years ago, when he played for the New York Jets, Favre allegedly sent photos of his penis to a former Jets sideline reporter and model/actress named Jenn Sterger, after contacting her through MySpace and leaving her voice mails asking to come to her hotel.
Jenn Sterger, who is no longer with the Jets either, has not spoken publicly about the alleged incidents. In fact, voicemails and pictures from Favre were made public by a third party, which the sports blog Deadspin.com purchased. Sterger has not filed a formal sexual harassment complaint — yet. Keep reading »