Jenn Sterger, best known as the woman that NFL star Brett Favre sexted, is back in the news again claiming she didn’t make a dime off the scandal.
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As if Brett Favre didn’t have enough problems of his own, the famed quarterback now has to worry about his sister’s bad behavior. Brandi Favre was arrested in Mississippi Wednesday after authorities busted a meth lab.
Nothin’ says classy like meth! Read on…
It’s hard to say if any woman could get over the fact that her husband would wear Crocs, but that he would wear such an unflattering shoe while posing naked on his bed sending lewd texts to potential mistress seems like it would be more than any wife could bear.
Still, Deanna Favre says her religious faith and an outward focus are helping her through the awful allegations of improper behavior against her famous, football playing, multi-million dollar earning husband, Brett.
Wow, I never knew sexting was such a national crisis. Sure, Tiger Woods, Brett Favre and nearly every under parented kid in America have gotten in some hot water over naughty texts, but is that a reason to spoil the party for everyone else on earth that might want to express some sexy time wishes via text?
Apparently Apple is stepping in where parents have failed and just got a patent approved for an anti-sexting device that will prevent young (and old) horngdogs from sharing their innermost dirty thoughts.
Allegedly, Favre has been accused of “sexting” (oh, come on, you know what that means, grandpa — Texting Sexy Messages!!) with a woman named Jenn Sterger who has once worked for the New York Jets.
He couldn’t have even done it with someone on his own team??
The evidence collected so far by Deadspin.com is pretty damning and both the Jets and Favre deny any knowledge of the alleged contact.
The contact includes an ALLEGED picture of Brett Favre’s… um… alternate throwing arm, so to speak. No, not posting it here, but we’re sure you can find it… Read More
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