Favre shouldn’t have to respond to some embarrassing claims about his personal life that two massage therapists are making in a lawsuit, his lawyers say.
Jenn Sterger wants the world to know exactly who’s to blame for leaking last year’s alleged up close and personal pics of Brett Favre. The former Jets hostess pointed her finger Friday morning directly at A.J. Daulerio and Deadspin.com.
Jenn Sterger, the former Jets game hostess who allegedly received inappropriate text messages from Brett Favre, said in an interview aired during ABC’s Tuesday morning broadcast of “Good Morning America” that she’s never actually met the retired quarterback.
Jenn Sterger, who allegedly received inappropriate photos and phone messages from Brett Favre, says in an interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos that she isn’t a “gold-digger” and hasn’t “made a dime” off the scandal.
Rex Ryan hasn’t guaranteed this win, there’s no indication whether it’s “personal,” and we’re not sure if Bart Scott “can’t wait!” for the awards ceremony. What we do know is the Jets have been nominated for the SportsBusiness Journal’s Team of the Year award.
The New York Jets say a lawsuit filed against them and Brett Favre by two massage therapists is “completely without merit,” and the team had not been aware of the accusations.
Sponsors Wrangler and Snapper are sticking by Brett Favre after the NFL fined him $50,000 for failing to cooperate in an investigation into allegations he sent inappropriate messages and lewd photos to former New York Jets game-day hostess Jenn Sterger.
“Today’s decision is an affront to all females and shows once again that, despite tough talk, the NFL remains the good old boys’ league,” Jenn Sterger’s attorney, Joseph Conway, said about the NFL’s decision to fine Brett Favre.
In reviewing the matter, the sole focus was on whether there was a violation of league policies regarding conduct in the workplace.
Brett Favre has been fined $50,000 by the NFL for a “failure to cooperate” with the investigation into allegations he sent inappropriate messages and lewd photos to former New York Jets game-day hostess Jenn Sterger.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell recently stated that there would be a “decision” soon in the Brett Favre-Jenn Sterger case. Well, the decision is in.
In response to an incident at the Jets’ training facility after which female reporter Ines Sainz of TV Azteca said she felt uncomfortable in the team’s locker room, the NFL sent a workplace conduct update to its teams Wednesday.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says he’s still “following up” on some of the information in the Brett Favre investigation to make sure it’s thorough and reaches “the right conclusion.”
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is close to announcing whether the league will punish Brett Favre for sending inappropriate photos and phone messages to former Jets game hostess Jenn Sterger. Asked if that would come by the end of the season, he said, “I expect that, yes.”
The lawyer for the former Jets game hostess who allegedly received inappropriate phone messages and photos from Brett Favre says the NFL’s investigation into the matter is complete.