According to the Associated Press, Brett Favre admitted to sending voicemails to Jenn Sterger when he was with the New York Jets. However, Favre denied sending her nude pictures of himself.
The NFL is investigating this. Sterger has yet to decide on whether she will talk to the league or not about this situation.
According to Sterger’s spokesman, Phil Reese, Jenn is strongly considering to talking to the league.
“We have an ongoing dialogue with the NFL,” Reese said. “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.”
Reese was asked of what Favre said about not sending nude photos, but about admitting to voicemails.
“We’re currently in the fact-gathering stage; all I’m doing is dealing with facts. Unfortunately the person in the pictures didn’t also hold up their driver’s license, so I’m not going to speculate as far as identity. But I’m working with people to diligently get all the facts,” he replied.
Sterger has not yet commented about what has happened lately. She is currently one of the hosts on Versus network.
“Send me a text. Love to see you tonight,” one voicemail said.
Favre was interviewed by one of the league officials on Tuesday. There has been no indication of what had happened in the Favre’s chat with them.
“That’s a league issue,” Favre said this week as Minnesota prepared to play Green Bay, “that I just have to leave at that.”
Favre’s wife, Deanna, hasn’t gone into details about these allegations as well.
“At this point we have not reached any conclusions,” Greg Aiello, an NFL spokesman, said. “We will continue to pursue opportunities to speak with individuals that potentially have information.”
Favre tried contacting Sterger again last June, according to the New York Post. Reese chose not to give details about this on whether there were multiple calls or not.