Brett Favre's (alleged!) penis is back in the news and now it's because he doesn't want it shown off. We told you last week about the two former Jets masseuses who, as part of their ongoing lawsuit against Favre alleging sexual harassment and retaliation, tried to get him to admit that photographs published on this…
Jenn Sterger's Good Morning America two-day extravaganza has come to a close, with this abbreviated three-minute clip from today's show. There are tears here, at the memory of her mother's coworker asking "what it was like to have Brett Favre's grandbabies," and there's some strained commentary about the NFL…
Sterger appeared on Good Morning America and talked for the first time about Brett Favre and Deadspin and gold-digging and home-wrecking. It's all in the video above.
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Your morning roundup for April 12, the day we remembered how Jeff Buckley's death was a more significant event than that guy from Nirvana's to some folks but this won't help that argument.
In case you missed the massive plugs the GMA interview with the Sterg is getting, I'm here to remind you that you may want to set your DVRs tonight or postpone that P90X workout if you'd like to see it.
Jenn Sterger, who's been silent since the whole Favre thing captivated and appalled the nation, recently filed a suit against her "manager," Phil Reese, claiming he plans to use some of the additional raunchy photos, texts, and voicemails to move forward with a book about the "Favre Story" that Sterger no longer…
Sterger filed suit yesterday in Hillsborough County circuit court, in an attempt to prevent Phil Reese from writing a book about the Brett Favre saga, and to recover the mysterious "Sterger Materials."
WWL Eyewitness Sports reported from New Orleans last night that "Krewe D'etat just had a float making fun of Brett Favre's, um, pants scandal. Title of float: 'Pocket Pool.' Well played Krewe D'etat." He makes his 15-second appearance with 2:44 remaining in this raw video.
Brett Favre's come-ons to massage therapists weren't limited to the two women with the New York Jets. Stephanie Dusenberry, an independent masseuse in Eden Prairie, Minn., who has worked with a number of Vikings players, claims that Favre sent her innuendo-laden text messages last September. She contacted the police…
Some great visuals in this one, including a literal slab of meat, the "Most Vilified Pervert" Award, and, yes, gunslinger orgasm.
Two team massage therapists—yeah, these two—have sued Favre and the Jets for sexual harassment. The women claim he propositioned them via text message (for a threesome), and weren't re-hired by the Jets after they complained. And here we go.
This is not surprising. Goodell made his ruling and now everyone will return to terrible normalcy. Here's a rundown of the NFL's statement with additional commentary to help you understand what the hell just happened.
Reports have Roger Goodell fining, but not suspending Brett Favre for his actions in the Jenn Sterger scandal.
We just spoke with Mr. Cook on his cellular device. Q: Anything on Goodell's ruling? A: (Molasses-and-toothpicks drawl) "Nuthin'. And I really don't think I need to be talkin' to you nee-thur." Fair enough.
The NFL has shipped off its report about Brett Favre's penis to Roger Goodell (more later), but, for now, let's look back on how this all began: with the 2008 Jets preview Jenn wrote for us, and which I'd completely forgotten about.
"[W]hat seems logical to me," Peter King thinks he thinks, "is the league was not able to connect the sordid cell-phone photos from Favre to Sterger beyond the shadow of a doubt." The NFL leads the league in evidentiary burden!