Brett Favre Scandal News:
Another day brings more drama to the Brett Favre "sext" message scandal.
Just as we thought that the NFL would be concluding its investigation of the Minnesota Vikings quarterback, someone else is trying to capitalize on all the media attention.
According to the New York Post, a friend of Jenn Sterger has come out of the woodwork, claiming that she too has seen the alleged Brett Favre pictures.
You're just dying to read all the latest dirt on Brett Favre, aren't you?
Well, read on, and I'll tell you the good stuff.
For those of you who have been living under a rock for the past month, let me bring you up to speed:
Deadspin.com broke a story about three weeks ago in which Brett Favre was said to have sent inappropriate picture and voice messages to former New York Jets employee Jenn Sterger.
Favre allegedly sent Sterger photographs of his man parts and left her some pretty desperate-sounding voicemails.
If you want to see a picture of Brett Favre's penis, click the link above...
Or you could just take my word for it.
Jenn Sterger was a sideline reporter for the New York Jets during Brett Favre's brief stint as the team's quarterback.
She is known for being "that hot Florida State Cowgirl" whom Brent Musburger pointed out during a national broadcast.
Jenn Sterger has since posed for Playboy.
After leaving the Jets, she became a co-host for the show The Daily Line on the VERSUS television network.
According to Deadspin.com's Editor in Chief A.J. Daulerio, he first heard of these inappropriate messages when he was discussing the possibility of a photo shoot with Jenn Sterger.
Deadspin then received photos and voice messages from a third party, and the blog published them.
After these messages surfaced, the National Football League found it necessary to conduct an investigation in order to determine if Brett Favre was in violation of the league's Personal Conduct Policy.
If Favre was found guilty of sexual harassment by the NFL, he could face fines or even suspension.
Up until NFL investigators conducted an interview with Favre, he remained silent on the matter.
When asked publicly about the scandal, he dodged questions and brought the conversation back to football.
Earlier this week, we learned that Favre admitted to leaving the voice messages, but he did not take responsibility for the graphic photographs.
Jenn Sterger has remained completely silent during this investigation, and her only public statements have come from her manager Phil Reese.
Reese has repeatedly informed the media that Sterger would do whatever was in her best interest.
Sterger also hired an attorney and a team of former FBI agents to guide her through the process.
So far, the NFL has not been able to convince Sterger to cooperate with its investigation.
Brett Favre's wife Deanna appeared on Good Morning America recently to promote her new book.
When asked how she and Brett were dealing with this whole fiasco, she simply responded that she relied on her faith to get her through.
The American public simply cannot get enough of this story, and the cast of Saturday Night Live took the opportunity to poke fun at Favre's situation.
The show aired a parody of Favre's Wrangler Jeans commercial in which he introduces his audience to the new "Wrangler Open-Fly Jeans."
Jenn Sterger's friend Allison Torres told the New York Post that she was with Sterger the day she received these scandalous photographs and that Sterger had been texting back and forth with the then New York Jets quarterback.
She said, "I just know they kept texting each other back and forth and that he wanted to hook up...I wouldn't doubt she was enjoying the attention from him."
Torres was also a Florida State Cowgirl.
Jenn Sterger's manager Phill Reese would not confirm or deny the claims that Sterger replied to Favre's messages, but he did have this to say about Torres:
"This is someone who is clearly trying to exploit an unfortunate situation and capitalize on the opportunity to see her name in print."
Could this be the reason that Jenn Sterger has yet to cooperate with the NFL investigation?