Two massage therapists are suing the Jets and quarterback Brett Favre for sexual harassment and retaliation.
A third could be joining the party.
Lawyer David Jaraslowicz, who represents Christina Scavo and Shannon O’Toole, said during a Wednesday appearance on ProFootballTalk Live that the unnamed massage therapist to whom the alleged advances were directly made could be joining the lawsuit.
“As a matter of fact, I’ve been contacted by her,” Jaraslowicz said, “but I’m not free to give any information at this point.”
“So what you’re saying is it’s possible she’ll be joining the lawsuit at some point in the future?” said the Internet hack who hosts the show.
“Possible,” Jaraslowicz said.
Scavo claims that Favre sent text messages to the unnamed massage therapist inviting her to Favre’s hotel room, and asking her to bring along Scavo. Jaraslowicz acknowledged that Favre made no direct communications with Scavo or O’Toole.
We’ll post the entire segment with Jaroslowicz later today. At one point, he accuses me of not being a lawyer. Which is one of the nicest things anyone has ever said to me.
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