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Brett Favre’s lawyers are claiming that the former NFL great shouldn’t have to address embarrassing claims about his personal life made in a lawsuit by two former Jets massage therapists. When you’re Brett Favre, “embarrassing claims about [your] personal life” mean acknowledging whether or not that was really your penis in those Deadspin photos.
Jenn Sterger’s apparently unhappy that ESPN seems to prefer blondes over brunettes.
The Brett Favre/Jenn Sterger saga returned to the news cycle this week, thanks to Sterger’s televised interviews…and the spot caused some to re-evaluate the story.
Jenn Sterger Interview: Says Favre Texts “Weren’t Flattering,” And She Stayed Silent To Keep Her Job
Here’s video of part one of ABC’s three part interview with Jenn Sterger, in which we learn… well, not a whole lot.
Jenn Sterger, the former TV personality at the center of the Brett Favre sexting scandal, recently gave her first on-air interview to ABC. Here’s a preview.
Odds are you’ve already heard (and seen?) more about Brett Favre than you’d ever care to know, and you will probably not be surprised to learn the story isn’t over just yet.
The future Hall-of-Fame quarterback’s younger sister was reportedly arrested in connection with the busting of a meth lab in Diamondhead, Mississippi.
Jenn Sterger’s father said he better never meet Brett Favre in a dark alley, and in light of a tweet earlier today, he’d better never meet radio host Chad Dukes in a similar spot.
From now until December 30th we’ll be going through our favorite oopsies from the year that was. Today’s gaffe: a legendary NFL quarterback sends a picture of his penis to a New York Jets employee.
The NFL handed down its official Brett Favre ruling today, fining the quarterback $50,000 for not cooperating with its investigation fully. SportsGrid’s Dan Fogarty broke down the decision on HLN earlier today.