Brett Favre Scandal – a massage table entered the scene before Brett Favre sent alleged text messages to two New York Jets masseuses, Deadspin reports. One of the therapists alleges Brett Favre was sitting on the other side of a massage table from her before the text messages began.
Brett Favre Scandal Creates More Heat for Player
Two masseuses who worked for the Jets team a couple years, but one says she never encountered an experience like that until Brett Favre arrived at the training camp at Hofstra University in 2008.
“He was on the table next to mine,” the therapist said. “He was looking at my ass the whole time while I worked on another player. He was … ogling me.”
Another masseuse who was massaging Brett the same day on his table exchanged phone numbers with him since it’s common for players to contract with therapists outside of practice sessions.
The second massage therapist received a text message from Brett Favre, the first therapist reveals. The second one believed it was for a massage he needed, but saw the NFL star wanted more. He asked both masseuses back to his room at the hotel. The first therapist who said Favre was ogling her claims that the texts got worse but apologized through text message again when he learned she was married. Her husband wasn’t thrilled and certainly did not accept the apology.
“I called him on his phone and told him I wanted an apology. He acted all arrogant. He refused to apologize,” her husband said.
Attorneys told the first masseuse and her husband that because Brett Favre hired her as a private contractor, they didn’t have anything for a harassment case, thus not going further.
Who Needs to Put Their Cards on the Table?
With the scandal brewing around Brett Favre, the massage therapist wants to come forward, but isn’t ready to reveal her name because they “don’t want cameras on their front lawn.”
Is Brett Farve innocent in these scandalous headlines with the massage therapists or should he put all his cards on the table?