The Jenn Sterger and Brett Favre photos/text messages scandal has taken on a life of its own in recent days and now Sterger has released a statement about what she wants to see happen regarding the investigation.
Sterger through her manager said that she hopes to see the matter resolved not necessarily quickly but in the “proper way” according to reports on ESPN’s Sportscenter and ESPN News today.
Sterger is a former New York Jets employee who allegedly was sent inappropriate/explicit photos of Favre and also was the recipient of alleged text messages that Favre sent inviting her to his hotel room.
Favre has not officially denied the accusations as of yet but the scandal has become huge in the NFL circles and it has been a distraction for the 1-3 Minnesota Vikings.
Randy Moss’ arrival hasn’t even dimmed the bright lights focusing on the NFL’s investigation of the story.
According to ESPNNews reports, the NFL is investigating the accusations by talking to several Jets employees and plans to interview Brett Favre as well about the accusations.
The Sterger camp wants to make sure the league takes its time and investigates throughly as opposed to merely getting an investigation out of the way quickly so that the fans will focus on the football part of things again.
The statement released by Jenn Sterger about the Favre photos and text messaging scandals has been shown by numerous sites and TV stations to date as the case continues to evolve.