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Jenn Sterger has lain low since her saga with Brett Favre began to dominate headlines. But with Favre's career seemingly over, and the NFL's investigation into whether Favre sent her unwanted offensive pictures and voicemails all wrapped up, Sterger is planning on re-emerging.
Sterger will be hosting a March Madness party in Chicago on March 17. The event is being marketed by the same people who promoted a bar event that Sterger backed out of in the midst of the scandal. She promised to rebook at the time and is now fulfilling that obligation.
Sterger will be posing for pictures and signing...
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A sexual harassment lawsuit against Brett Favre and the Jets comes on the heels of the commissioner deciding the Jenn Sterger case. Favre simply will not leave the news, and LeCharles Bentley tells what he thinks the scandals will mean to Favre's name....
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Jenn Sterger reportedly took on Roger Goodell in a secret December meeting over the Brett Favre investigation.
According to Joseph Conway, Sterger's lawyer, Sterger called Goodell "delusional" if he thought Favre's alleged actions were an isolated incident. She also told Goodell that she felt the situation was "a case of 'David vs. Goliath.'"
Goodell reportedly said, "Why do you say versus? We're not fighting against you, we're fighting with you. I just need answers." Sterger reportedly tearfully responded, "I gave you answers over a month ago!" She later added, "I'm not questioning your...
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On Monday, two massage therapists filed a lawsuit against quarterback Brett Favre and the New York Jets. Shannon O'Toole and Christina Scavo allege that in 2008 Favre tried to convince them to have sex with him.
After Scavo's husband confronted Favre, the women say, a Jets employee purportedly told them, "[Y]ou will never work for the Jets again" and "Keep your mouth shut." The two were never again called to work for the Jets.
Of course, this is just the most recent headache for Favre, who remains married to Deanna Favre, a survivor of breast cancer.
Surge Desk takes a look back at the...
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Just figuring this out, because athletes don't live in our world and we don't live in theirs. The NFL fined Brett Favre $50,000 Wednesday and you wonder how much he feels that.
Favre made $16 million this year, or $1 million per game. A game is 60 minutes, meaning he gets nearly $17,000 a minute.
In other words, he was fined for three minutes of work on a game clock.
Brett Favre was fined three minutes' pay Wednesday. That's the fallout of his season-long sexting scandal surrounding Jenn Sterger. At the time in 2008, Favre was the New York Jets quarterback and Sterger was their hostess,...
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The National Football League is really the Good Old Boys League, so says the attorney for Jenn Sterger.
Joseph Conway, who represented Sterger during her claims of sexual harassment by Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre, blasted the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell in a statement Wednesday after the league announced its three-month investigation found no violation of the Code of Conduct policy in the relationship between Favre and the former New York Jets employee two years ago.
"My client and I are extremely disappointed, but not surprised, at today's NFL announcement that Brett...
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Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre, whose 20-year NFL career is expected to come to an end with Sunday's regular-season finale, has been fined $50,000 at the conclusion of an NFL investigation into allegations that he sexually harassed former New York Jets employee Jenn Sterger....
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Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre, whose 20-year NFL career is expected to come to an end with Sunday's regular-season finale, has been fined $50,000 at the conclusion of an NFL investigation into allegations that he sexually harassed former New York Jets employee Jenn Sterger.
However, the fine does not come for sexual harassment or any other violation of the league's personal-conduct policy. Instead, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell fined Favre for his refusal to cooperate with the league investigation.
More: Jenn Sterger's Attorney Rips NFL
"On the basis of the evidence currently...
Dan Graziano - AOL News
The NFL plans to announce punishment Wednesday or Thursday for Vikings quarterback Brett Favre in the Jenn Sterger matter. A source close to the situation confirmed for FanHouse a FOXSports.com report that Favre would be fined but not suspended for his conduct toward Sterger while both were members of the New York Jets organization in 2008. Sterger has alleged that Favre made unwanted sexual advances toward her that included inappropriate text and photo messages sent to her phone.
According to the source, the league didn't feel the evidence its investigation turned up rose to the level of a...
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With Tuesday serving as the apparent two-year anniversary since Brett Favre last allegedly contacted Jenn Sterger, making it difficult for Sterger's camp to file a lawsuit in New Jersey, Sterger's lawyer has accused the NFL of giving Favre preferential treatment.
"(Favre) is a high-profile athlete and a star in this league. He did do it or he didn't do it. There are lots of reasons to believe he is getting preferential treatment," Joseph Conway told Sports Business Daily.
Last week, the NFL announced it had still not come to a conclusion about whether Favre sent obscene pictures and text...