Brett Favre Fined over Jenn Sterger Sexts
Brett Favre Avoids Suspension over Jenn Sterger Sext Scandal
Brett Favre will be fined up to $50,000 for sending inappropriate messages to New York Jets employee Jenn Sterger. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell had promised to reach a decision before New Year's, and the decision is in: Brett Favre will not be suspended.
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Brett Favre admitted to sexually harassing Jenn Sterger, but continues to deny sending her pictures of his junk.
Sterger's manager, Phil Reese, has said his client would like the league to "implement a program" to prevent unwanted advances similar to those she is alleging Favre made.
Reese said Sterger wants the league to discipline Favre before his career ends. "It's not a money story," Reese said, adding his client's goal is some acknowledgment that Favre was in the wrong.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre will be fined as much as $50,000 -- but not suspended -- for his actions involving former New York Jets employee Jenn Sterger, according to a league source.