Brett Favre scandal – forensics is stepping in to help the NFL learn the authenticity of of texts and photos that were or were not sent to Jenn Sterger from Brett Favre, Sportsgrid reports. The NFL has been in the middle of the scandal since it got heated at the end of September. Last week Jenn Sterger provided the NFL with “overwhelming material” that was allegedly suppose to prove Brett Favre sent her nude photos of himself, but evidently the NFL felt forensics needed to step in to see how authentic the texts and photos really were.
Brett Favre Scandal Hinges on Forensics Investigation
The Forensics specialists are suppose to use high-tech methods in determining the authenticity of the texts between Brett Favre and Jenn Sterger. The procedures will reveal the electronic pathways and transmissions of any texts and photos on the cell phones.
Developments Get More Dramatic in Brett Favre Scandal
Aside from the NFL being assisted by forensics, more drama unfold between Brett Favre and Jenn Sterger’s managers. There’s a he said/he said going on over hush money and who started it. Sterger’s manager, Phil Reese, insists Favre’s manager, Bus Cook, proposed to settle the scandal on Oct. 7 by asking what amount it would take to make it all go away. Reese told him it was too late because the “toothpaste was already out of the tube.”
Later on, Cook insisted he never made such an offer and said Reese was making “numerous overtures” to him regarding wanting money.
There simply hasn’t been a straight answer in the entire scandal other than Brett Favre admitting to sending 2 voice messages to Jenn Sterger in 2008. Everything else has been constant back-and-forth bickering.
Forensics and Decision by the NFL
Depending on what forensics learn, will the NFL fine or suspend Brett Favre if he sent Jenn Sterger photos of himself? It’s important that the authenticity of the texts and photos be certain before the NFL can make a valid decision. There’s no word on how long it will take forensics to come up with results, but it probably won’t result in the scandal being completely over!
Source: Sportsgrid.com, New York Daily News