Brett Favre Scandal: NFL Investigation to End This Week
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the NFL's investigation of Brett Favre and his alleged sexual harassment of former New York Jets employee Jenn Sterger could end as early as the end of the week.
After conducting an interview with Favre himself, NFL investigators looked to have collected all the information that they needed to close this case.
But Jenn Sterger remains a big question mark regarding this investigation.
Sterger would have to provide evidence contrary to that collected during the interview with Favre, but she has yet to cooperate with the league.
Jenn Sterger's agent Phil Reese told reporters that he and Jenn "have an ongoing dialogue with the NFL...What we've been talking about is having Jenn come in. Like I have said, she is strongly considering it. Ultimately this decision is hers and hers alone."
And then things get a little strange:
Reese also told the media that he and Sterger had hired a team of former FBI agents to assist them, but nobody knows why exactly this woman needs FBI agents involved in this matter.
Federal agents and criminal defense attorneys aside, if Sterger does not come forward soon with some breakthrough evidence, this case will be dismissed within a week.
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