Today is Brett Favre’s birthday, but I kind of doubt that his wife woke him up with a bj and a plate of pancakes to celebrate this year. Well I guess since this is Brett Favre we are talking about, waffles would probably be the more appropriate breakfast choice. According to the New York Post:
The gridiron granddaddy, who allegedly sent a flurry of lustful texts to sultry former Gang Green sideline reporter Jennifer Sterger, tried the same pattern with a team masseuse, the woman claims. The married massage therapist, who does not want to be identified by name, was working part-time for the Jets during training camp in 2008 when she caught Favre’s eye. She had been kneading one of the quarterback’s teammates when Favre, being rubbed down by one of her colleagues, shot her a glance, she said. “He was looking at me like I was a hanging slab of meat,” the woman told The Post.
The woman confessed to her husband immediately about the unwanted flurry of attention. But the star quarterback allegedly contacted her the next day — the first in a seamy stream of phone calls, “e-mails and texts from Favre saying, ‘Why don’t you and your friend come over . . . I have all these bad intentions. ” according to her furious husband. “I called Favre back myself,” the hubby said. “I was looking for an apology.” But he didn’t get one. “I feel like this guy tried to screw my [expletive] family,” the husband said. “He’s a [expletive] scumbag.” A Jets source confirmed the two women were among 17 people hired to massage Jets players over two days of their 2008 training camp at Hofstra University. Their names were passed along to the NFL. The revelations come as now-Minnesota Viking signal caller Favre is undergoing a league probe into claims he sent the sultry Sterger — who conducted interviews with celebs and did promotions for the Jets — lewd photos and messages.
Sterger, 26, a Playboy and Maxim pin-up girl who currently works as co-host of the cable sports roundup show “The Daily Line,” gave the gray-haired hurler the cold shoulder and scorned his persistent advances, according to Deadspin.com.
Favre risks being disciplined for personal-conduct violations if the probe finds that he crossed boundaries by trying to charm Sterger, according to a league source.
Poor Brett Favre. First he throws a reckless pass that cost the Vikings a trip to the Super Bowl, and now he’s thrown two other reckless passes that will probably cost him a marriage. The next time we see him on tv, he’ll probably have a real reason to be crying… divorces are not cheap.