Third massage therapist says she won’t sue Favre, Jets

In an appearance last week on PFT Live, the lawyer representing the two massage therapists who claim that former Jets quarterback Brett Favre sexually harassed them said that the unnamed therapist who was the direct recipient of text messages from Favre that propositioned her could be joining the suit.

The woman in question has told TMZ that she won’t be.

Amanda Oswald said that, after receiving the “bad intentions” text message from Favre, she told him she wasn’t interested.  And he said “OK.”  And that was the end of it.

“I do believe it was inappropriate,” Oswald told TMZ.  “I can’t say I was being harassed.”

She also said she hasn’t worked for the Jets since the day of the incident.  Lawyer David Jaroslowicz claims that his clients, Christina Scavo and Shannon O’Toole, were never hired again by the Jets after Scavo’s husband complained directly to Favre about the advances.

29 responses to “Third massage therapist says she won’t sue Favre, Jets

  1. The “No Happy Ending” headline could have just as easily have been from the Mpls Tribune in describing the 2010 Viking season, from the perspective of the Viking fans that is. Last place, no stadium and heading into the off season with a work stoppage that will hinder the development of any new coaching changes is not exactly a recipe for success in 2011.

  2. Yeah, it’s really awful how Favre disrespected his cancer-survivor wife by cheating on her like this. You’d think he’d get more grief for that on here, wouldn’t you?

  3. terryleather says: Jan 17, 2011 10:31 PM

    Yeah, it’s really awful how Favre disrespected his cancer-survivor wife by cheating on her like this. You’d think he’d get more grief for that on here, wouldn’t you?

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    That’s a great post!

  4. Jets blame it on a typo in the ad, which was supposed to read “Employment opportunity for occasional, part-time, on call. Massage the rapist.”.

    “It’s what we get for trying to advertise in the uptown papers instead of the shlock rags”, sighed a Jet employee glumly, “They aren’t used to stuff like that.”.

  5. “I said I wasn’t interested, and he answered ‘O.K.’. So I texted him back and said, ‘What do you mean, O.K., you bastard.”. That was the end of it.

  6. Somewhere Ben Rothlisberger is trying to wrap his brain around the concept of asking a woman whether or not she wants to have sex.

  7. terryleather says: Jan 17, 2011 10:31 PM

    Yeah, it’s really awful how Favre disrespected his cancer-survivor wife by cheating on her like this. You’d think he’d get more grief for that on here, wouldn’t you?

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    let’s not pretend to think we know what their personal life is. How do we know his wife wasn’t in on it too? I’m not saying she is but there are a lot of “open relationships” in the world today. there are a few websites where you can find couples looking for that sort of thing.

    Secondly, why do you have to preface it by saying his “cancer surviving wife”? you really shouldn’t pity her like that. If it was cheating, it’s wrong no matter who it is.

    Thirdly, you can’t tell me that this is there first time in all the years they have have been married that she found out he might be a player. If he is, was, or will be cheating, it’s on her to get make changes if hes not going to.

    Please don’t pity her when we don’t know what is said between the two of them.

  8. Woah, this woman must actually have something going for her other than access to dudes who she can sue for $.

  9. When Brett got back home his daughter answered the door. But before she could let him in, Deanna said, “Don’t bring that thing in the house, who knows where it’s been!”.

    Then she grabbed him by the ear and marched him straight over to the Hattiesburg sex addict clinic. Never even had time to grab a toothbrush. Straight through the middle of town, with people gawking out their windows, and stopping their cars in the street to watch.

    “Who’s that old fellar Deanna’s treatin’ so bad, Henry?”.

    “Gol dang, I believe that thar be Brett, hisself!”.

  10. First thing Brett did after the season was over was set out for a long trip into the wilderness with just his dogs. They’re great company but he has to muffle them whenever Deanna gets too close. She’s a crack shot.

  11. The difference between this Pats playoff loss and the previous Pats losses is that their fans have finally gotten used to the high profile losses , shrug them off, and are right back on the internet trashing other teams and players. Just like ol’ times.

  12. .
    aka she is reacting like a normal person would.

    the other 2 need to go hit the dollar menu and shut up

  13. jimmy1smith says:
    Jan 17, 2011 10:22 PM
    The “No Happy Ending” headline could have just as easily have been from the Mpls Tribune in describing the 2010 Viking season, from the perspective of the Viking fans that is. Last place, no stadium and heading into the off season with a work stoppage that will hinder the development of any new coaching changes is not exactly a recipe for success in 2011.
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    I just knew you would post in this thread. So tell me what does your post have to do with the article?

    Here’s the difference between the Packers and Vikings. The Vikings very rarely finished in last place since their existance. Whereas the Packers spent many of years in that spot. Several straight years as a matter of fact.

    How about you find another life other than posting in threads over a team you supposedly distain? I know its probably the highlight of your every day to somehow trash the Viking organization. Just remember this. Now that Favre is retired, he is once again a Packer. As much as he is a Falcon, Jet and Viking, he is a Packer.

    Stop being a jackwagon and get a life.

  14. Can we stop with the “jackwagon” crap, please? Not one of you idiots used this ridiculous term until you saw it on a damn TV commercial six weeks ago!

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