Jenn Sterger Finally Talks to NFL and Submits Evidence

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Jenn Sterger, who allegedly received lewd photos and messages from Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre while both of them were with the New York Jets, has finally talked to the NFL about the infamous claims. Sterger met with league officials for three hours on Thursday at an undisclosed location.

Sterger’s agent Phil Reese told the Associated Press that “we cooperated fully by providing them with substantial materials in our possession. We now await the NFL’s decision.”

“We’re going to stand back and see what the NFL does,” said Steger’s lawyer Joe Conway. “I have no idea what they do next. That’s the question for them.”

Sterger, a 26-year-old TV personality who used to do sideline hosting for the Jets, allegedly received inappropriate sexual text messages and photos from Favre back in 2008. The claims were not made by Sterger herself, however. Rather, an NFL investigation was started a day after a sports news website called deadspin.com posted the voicemails and photos allegedly sent by Favre on their website. Favre has since admitted to having sent the voicemails, but he still denies having sent the lewd photos.

According to a report from ESPN.com, “Favre could face possible disciplinary action under the league’s personal conduct policy.”

(Sources: ESPN.com)