The NFL wants her phone(its probably gone now)
The NFL wants her phone(its probably gone now)
So a video of 23 year old Brett Favre at a strip club surfaced
Jenn Sterger, the subject of the NFL's investigation into Brett Favre's behavior, would decline the league's interview request if she and the Vikings quarterback reach a financial settlement that would prevent her from any potential legal action against Favre, the Pioneer Press has learned.
The settlement would include a confidentiality agreement between the two that would effectively stop the NFL, which does not have subpoena power, from speaking with Sterger about Favre.
The NFL began an investigation Oct. 8 after Deadspin.com reported that Favre allegedly had sent inappropriate messages and pictures to Sterger in 2008 when he was the New York Jets quarterback and she was a hostess and sideline reporter for the team. Sterger now works for the Versus television network on the show "The Daily Line."
During a web chat Thursday, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell classified the Favre investigation as a "workplace conduct" case.
Joseph Conway, Sterger's lawyer, said Friday afternoon that Sterger still was considering whether to speak to the NFL. A decision could be made by early next week, Conway said.
"It's an ongoing process," he said. "I spoke with the league today. She's still considering it."
Meanwhile, NFL security chief Milt Ahlerich has not placed a timeline on Sterger's decision.
Favre's agent, Bus Cook, who attended Favre's meeting with Ahlerich on Tuesday, did not return calls left by the Pioneer Press.
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said Friday that "we have not reached any conclusions," and that the league will continue its research, according to the Associate Press.
Favre, whose Vikings will play Sunday night at Green Bay, where he was the Packers' starting quarterback for 16 seasons, has dodged questions about the investigation at several news conferences in recent weeks.
"That's a league issue that I just have to leave at that," Favre said Wednesday.
The NFL also has requested an interview from Deadspin editor A.J. Daulerio, whose site paid a third party for the graphic photos and voicemails allegedly sent by Favre. Sterger did not agree to an interview with Deadspin, according to the site.
Goodell, who became NFL commissioner in 2006, has been aggressive in punishing players for their conduct since enacting a new personal conduct policy in 2007, including suspending high-profile quarterbacks Michael Vick and Ben Roethlisberger.
Favre called Jets reporter for 'sex' in June 2009
By DAN MANGAN
Last Updated: 11:22 AM, October 23, 2010
Posted: 2:02 AM, October 23, 2010
Nearly a year after alle gedly sending a slew of sleazy text messages and photos to a sexy sideline reporter, former Jets quarterback Brett Favre apparently made another bad call -- phoning the brunette bombshell in a bungling bid to bed her, The Post has learned.
The revelation comes as the woman at the center of the scandal, Jenn Sterger, considers dishing to the NFL about these and other salacious details of the gridiron granddaddy's woeful wooing.
The superstar quarterback's alleged phone calls and texts to Sterger in August 2008 is already being probed by the NFL.
HOT NUMBER: Jenn Sterger apparently received an unwanted pass from Brett Favre (inset) 10 months after he allegedly sent her sexts.
HOT NUMBER: Jenn Sterger apparently received an unwanted pass from Brett Favre (inset) 10 months after he allegedly sent her sexts.
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But a source yesterday said that 10 months later -- in June 2009 -- Favre again called Sterger, after both left the team.
"The same number that was used to send the messages in 2008 is the same one used to call Jenn in 2009, when Favre was in New York to film [the HBO show] 'Joe Buck Live,' " said the source.
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A lawyer for Sterger, 26, is talking to the NFL about a possible interview about Favre's alleged sexual harassment.
So far, those published voice message and photos have not been publicly confirmed as coming from Favre, a married, 41-year-old grandfather now playing for the Minnesota Vikings.
A source also said Sterger might reveal previously undisclosed conduct by Favre.
"If she was to go in, that [conduct by Favre] would be corroborated and there would probably be a bit more," the source said.
But a report in the St. Paul Pioneer Press, however, said Sterger would decline to talk to football officials if she reaches a financial settlement with Favre.
Favre met Tuesday with NFL security chief Milt Ahlerich. On Wednesday, Ahlerich spoke with the editor of Deadspin.com, the sports-gossip Web site that originally published the story.
Sterger's spokesman, Phil Reese, said "she is strongly considering" speaking with the NFL, whose reps talked as recently as yesterday with her new lawyer Joseph Conway.
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He's admitted to sending them personally I don't care but I'm curious as to why he's admitting it.
Report: Favre admits leaving voicemails
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NEW YORK (AP)—NFL star Brett Favre(notes) reportedly admitted leaving voicemails for the former New York Jets game hostess but denied that he also sent her lewd photos.
Fox television’s Jay Glazer reported Sunday that Favre told league investigators earlier this week he left phone messages for Jenn Sterger, who worked for the Jets in 2008 when Favre was their quarterback.
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FILE - At left, in a Sept. 2, 2010, file photo, is Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre before an NFL football game against the Denver Broncos , in Minneapolis. At right, in a Sept. 14, 2008, file photo, is Jenn Sterger on the sideline before an NFL football game between the New York Jets and New England Patriots , in East Rutherford, N.J. The ex-New York Jets employee involved in the allegation against Favre has hired a lawyer. Sterger's manager Phil Reese says Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010, the decision was made "after much deliberation."
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Fox did not say who provided the information. The NFL said it is not commenting on details of the investigation.
Glazer also reported that Favre denied sending Sterger inappropriate photos.
The NFL is investigating a Deadspin report earlier this month that Favre sent the racy photos to Sterger two years ago. Sterger, now an on-air personality for Versus, has not cooperated with the league yet, but her manager, Phil Reese, told The Associated Press on Sunday that could happen quickly.
“She is strongly considering it, leaning toward it,” Reese said.
Asked if Favre admitted leaving the voicemails for Sterger, but denied sending any photos, Reese added:
“We’re currently in the fact-gathering stage; all I’m doing is dealing with facts. Unfortunately the person in the pictures didn’t also hold up their driver’s license, so I’m not going to speculate as far as identity. But I’m working with people to diligently get all the facts.”
Reese also has said that Sterger has had no discussions with Favre’s representatives about a possible financial settlement stemming from the allegations.
Favre and the Minnesota Vikings play Sunday night at Green Bay.
Report: Jenn Sterger's friend says she saw photos, allegedly of Brett Favre
A friend of the woman at the center of the Brett Favre "sexting" investigation says she was present when Jenn Sterger received an explicit photo from Favre.
"I actually saw it when he sent it. We just laughed when he did it," Allison Torres, 24, told Steppin' Out magazine, according to the New York Post. "We talked about it like girlfriends talk about that kind of stuff. You have to understand that Brett Favre isn't the first celebrity that tried to hook up with her."
Sterger has refused to cooperate with the NFL in its investigation of inappropriate photos and voice mails allegedly send to her by Favre in 2008, when both were with the New York Jets. A Fox report Sunday indicated that Favre admitted leaving the voice mails for Sterger but not to sending the photos.
Torres said that Favre and Sterger regularly exchanged texts. Phil Reese, Sterger's manager, would not comment on Torres' interview, adding that the women, who both formerly were Florida State Cowgirls, are "not exactly close friends and haven't spoken in quite some time."
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NEW YORK - Jenn Sterger's TV show has been thrown off the air.
The former New York Jets hostess has been featured in "The Daily Line," but Versus has canceled the irreverent sports show for low ratings. Its run ends Thursday.
Sterger manager Phil Reese tells The Associated Press on Friday the decision is "unfortunate" but "part of the business."
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Sterger allegedly was sent lewd photos and inappropriate text messages by Brett Favre when he was the Jets' quarterback in 2008. Sterger has not yet met with NFL investigators, although her manager has said she is leaning toward doing so.
I am not sure why she hasn't cooperated with the NFL yet. Weird. Unless this whole thing is about money...
Of course its about the $$$ why else would you keep all this if you weren't going to file a complaint to begin with.
Which of course is what she should've done you know if she wanted people to think she's credible.
An attorney for Jenn Sterger said Saturday he expects his client to meet with the NFL next week about the league's investigation into the Brett Favre matter.
Sterger is the former New York Jets sideline hostess who allegedly received inappropriate text messages and lewd photos from Favre in 2008 when he was with the team.
Lacking evidence or a personal account such as Sterger's, the league has come close to shelving the case. But now it appears Sterger will give her testimony to the NFL.
"There is a very strong likelihood that Ms. Sterger will agree to meet with the NFL in their ongoing investigation," Joe Conway said Saturday. "I expect that such a meeting will take place late next week at an undisclosed location."
The Vikings quarterback met with NFL vice president for security Milt Ahlerich on Oct. 19 about the matter. Favre has called the investigation "a league issue."
On the field, Favre is also dealing with two ankle fractures that could keep him out of Sunday's game against the Patriots.
With no settlement offer, Jenn Sterger meets with NFL about Vikings QB Brett Favre
Ex-Jets employee opts to cooperate with investigation
By Jeremy Fowler
Updated: 11/12/2010 01:17:45 AM CST
Jenn Sterger (Associated Press, file)
Jenn Sterger, the subject of the NFL's investigation into Brett Favre's behavior, met with the league Thursday after deliberating for weeks and never hearing from the Vikings quarterback's representatives about a potential financial settlement, the Pioneer Press has learned.
Favre allegedly sent inappropriate messages and pictures to Sterger while playing for the Jets in 2008, when Sterger was an employee of the team, and he reportedly tried to contact her again last year.
Last month, the Pioneer Press reported that Sterger would decline the league's interview request if she and Favre reached a financial settlement that would prevent her from any potential legal action against Favre. But the quarterback never contacted Sterger about such a deal. The settlement would have included a confidentiality agreement between the two that would have effectively stopped the NFL, which does not have subpoena power, from speaking with Sterger about Favre.
Sterger and her attorney, Joseph Conway, and manager, Phil Reese, met with NFL security chief Milt Ahlerich on Thursday, according to Conway and Reese. Conway said the meeting was held in Manhattan and lasted at least three hours.
"We cooperated with the NFL, and we provided whatever materials necessary that we had," Conway said. "We are now awaiting the NFL's investigation."
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello declined comment, but Commissioner Roger Goodell, interviewed on the NFL Network's Thursday night pregame show,
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said, "What you have to do is be fair. You have to get all the facts."
The NFL Network's Jason LaCanfora reported that Sterger turned over cell-phone records in the meeting.
Favre met with Ahlerich in October. Favre admitted to sending voicemails to Sterger, but not the racy photos that deadspin.com published on Oct. 7, Fox Sports reported.
Details are uncertain about Sterger's relationship with Favre two years ago. Allison Torres, Sterger's friend
Brett Favre reacts during the third quarter of an NFL football game against the New York Jets in East Rutherford, N.J. (Associated Press, file)
who reportedly was interviewed by the league, told Steppin' Out magazine in October that Favre and Sterger regularly exchanged text messages
Favre Allegedly Asked Sterger for Masturbation Video
12/23/2010 1:00 AM PST by TMZ Staff
The former NY Jets employee who allegedly received penis photos from Brett Favre also claims she got a text message from the NFL legend ... in which he asks her for a video of her masturbating -- this according to sources connected to the investigation.
We're told Jenn Sterger received the sextual request back in late 2008 -- months after Favre allegedly sexted over the pics of little Brett.
It's unclear if Sterger has turned over the video request text message to the NFL -- which is currently investigating Favre to see if he violated the league's personal conduct policy.
Calls to Favre's camp have not been returned. Sterger's manager and lawyer have also declined to comment.
Sterger lawyer: Jets got off easy
December, 29, 2010 Dec 296:11PM ETEmail Print Comments By Rich CiminiThe NFL released its decision Wednesday on the Brett Favre/Jenn Sterger case and, not surprisingly, Sterger's attorney ripped the outcome: No suspension for Favre, but a $50,000 fine for failure to cooperate with the league's investigators.
The lawyer, Joseph Conway, released a statement to the media in which he names the Jets and criticizes commissioner Roger Goodell. As you probably know, Sterger worked as the Jets' sideline hostess in 2008 when Favre, their quarterback at the time, allegedly sent lewd text photos.
“... Mr. Goodell completely failed to address the complicity of the New York Jet organization in Favre’s conduct," Conway said in the statement, as per NBC's ProFootballTalk.com. "The evidence was explicit that Ms. Sterger’s personal telephone numbers were provided to Favre by still-current employees of the New York Jets. This was done without Ms. Sterger’s knowledge and consent."
The Jets said little on the matter.
"The NFL has concluded its investigation," the team said in a statement. "We consider this matter closed."
Either Brett is a total complete creep, which is certainly possible, or Jenn kept the situation going.
What kind of guy continues to send texts/voicemails asking for such things, if he's getting no response back? I mean, he's Brett Freaking Farve. As much as I dislike the guy, I'm not going to deny the fact that there are PLENTY of women/girls out there that are hot as hell and are willing to sleep with a celebrity just for the hell of it.
While Jenn is very good looking, it's not like she's the only one, especially in the middle of NY. Hell, there are girls of that caliber that walk around Ball State's campus every day, without the implants mind you.
I think that is what the sticking point was. She played along, either seriously or jokingly and just didn't just say "No."
I'm not saying it's her fault, for the record, but there has to be more to the story. I'm sure it will all come out eventually.
I just can't wait for the day when the only footballs I have to watch Favre throw are in Wrangler commercials.
Sterger's dad has said he wants to beat up Brett Favre
Brett Favre, Jets Reportedly Sued for Sexual Harassment.By Michael David Smith
Text SizeAAAPrint this page|EmailShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on DiggShare on LifestreamBrett Favre is reportedly being sued for sexual harassment stemming from conduct toward at least two women who worked for the Jets in 2008, when Favre played for the team.
ABC News reported that Christina Scavo and Shannon O'Toole, former massage therapists for the Jets, have sued both Favre and the team, saying that Favre propositioned them.
Scavo says Favre treated her like a "hanging slab of meat" and requested a threesome with her and another therapist. Scavo says she turned Favre down and had her husband call him to demand an apology -- and that, after that, she was never again employed by the Jets.
According to the lawsuit, Favre allegedly sent an unidentified woman a text reading, "Brett here, you and Crissy want to get together, I'm all alone," and sent another message that said, "Kinda lonely tonight, I guess I have bad intentions."
O'Toole also says she lost her position as a Jets massage therapist as a result of Favre's sexual harassment.
The suit calls the Jets' locker room "a hot bed of sexual harassment, sexism and inappropriate behavior." Neither Favre nor the Jets has publicly responded.
The suit is not related to the accusations made by Jenn Sterger that Favre sent her inappropriate photos and text messages. Favre was recently fined $50,000 by the NFL for failure to cooperate in the league's investigation into Sterger's claims.
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Brett Favre Massage Accuser -- The $18,000 Debt
1/7/2011 12:50 AM PST by TMZ Staff
One of the masseuses suing Brett Favre for sexual harassment is no stranger to a good stiffing -- TMZ has learned she's on the hook for allegedly flaking on an $18,000 credit card bill ... TMZ has learned.
According to documents filed in Nassau County Supreme Court in NY -- Christina Scavo was sued by American Express for not paying her $18,701.93 credit card bill back in 2009. Court records show AMEX got a lien against Scavo to collect the money ... and as of this morning, the lien is still active.
We spoke to Christina's attorney -- who tells us he wasn't aware of the debt but explained, "That's typically what happens when people lose their jobs and can't pay their bills."
As we previously reported -- Scavo and another woman both claimed the NY Jets blacklisted them after Christina's husband confronted Favre over texts in which the QB allegedly tried to initiate a post massage sexual encounter.
Brett Favre's Sister Arrested in Meth Bust
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Brett Favre's younger sister was arrested in Mississippi today when narcotics agents busted a meth lab hidden in a condo.
Brandi Favre was among 5 suspects rounded up on the scene ... and according to WLOX, the perps were taken to a local medical center for decontamination before being thrown behind bars.
It's not the first time Brandi's had a run-in with the law -- in the past, she's been arrested for shoplifting and unlawful use of a weapon.
Story developing ...
I feel bad for Bretts mom pretty bad yr for her kids
Brett Favre Files Retirement Papers Again.By Michael David Smith
Text SizeAAAPrint this page|EmailShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on DiggShare on LifestreamBrett Favre has said once again that he's retiring.
And maybe this time he really means it.
Alex Marvez of FoxSports.com reports that Favre has already filed his retirement papers with the NFL. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello confirmed the news to The Associated Press on Monday.
That doesn't mean he's definitely, retiring, though: He has filed retirement papers in the past, only to return. So, given Favre's track record, it's no sure thing that he's done playing football.
But all indications are that he has no desire to keep playing after his 20th NFL season ended in disappointment, with his NFL record streak of consecutive games started coming to an end; with the Vikings finishing in last place; and with Favre getting a $50,000 fine from the NFL after he was accused of sexual harassment. It looks like Favre is done.
Favre filed retirement papers with the NFL following the 2008 season, which Favre played with the Jets. He then had to be reinstated prior to signing with the Vikings for the 2009 season.
I saw a funny tweet after the Bears game:
Favre threw his remote at the tv after the Packers win but it bounced off of his outstretched coffee table and was intercepted by his dog.
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Jenn Sterger sues manager over Brett Favre texts
By NEIL JOHNSON | The Tampa Tribune
Published: March 16, 2011
Updated: 03/16/2011 02:16 pm
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TAMPA - The Gaither High School graduate at the epicenter of allegations involving former NFL quarterback Brett Favre and a series of racy messages and lewd photos is suing her manager, seeking to get back copies of the texts and e-mails.
Jenn Sterger's lawsuit, which was filed Tuesday in Hillsborough County circuit court, also asks a judge to invalidate a book agreement with manager Phillip Reese.
Sterger contends Reese, who runs the PR/PR public relations agency in New York, plans to use the e-mails, texts and other digital communications from Favre in a book of his own.
Reese could not be reached for comment.
The lawsuit also claims Sterger never intended Reese or her then-attorney to have full use of the material.
The agreement calls for the formation of a corporation called Game of Inches LLC to pursue economic opportunities, including a book about the alleged incident with Favre and Sterger's dealings with the National Football League.
Sterger first achieved a level of Internet celebrity in 2005 when, wearing a low-cut blouse and a cowboy hat, she was shown on national television rooting for Florida State University against University of Miami.
Her fame skyrocketed to stratospheric levels last year when the website Deadspin broke a story that Favre had allegedly sent Sterger text messages and lewd photos while he was quarterback for the New York Jets and she was a game-day host for the team in 2008.
Deadspin said it paid a third party for the texts and photos it posted, which Reese confirmed during a December interview on the Dan Patrick radio show.
The texts and photos did not come from Sterger, Reese said during the interview.
The Deadspin posting included texts and voicemails allegedly from Favre, including several lewd photos said to be of the quarterback.
In the radio interview, Reese said the contact between Favre and Sterger continued through the entire football season but centered around Jets home games. Sterger only worked for the team during home games.
An NFL investigation didn't find Favre violated the league's conduct rules, but the league fined the quarterback $50,000 for not cooperating fully.