Digital evidence will be critical to NFL Network harassment lawsuit

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The troubling allegations made by former NFL Network employee Jami Cantor via an amended complaint filed Monday present, in many instances, something far more tangible than the he said/she said claims that often turn on who is believed, or not believed, by a judge or a jury. With allegations of texts, photos, and videos sent to Cantor, it will be easy to prove, or to disprove, that the materials were generated and sent.

The document, a copy of which has been obtained and posted by Deadspin.com, routinely cites and quotes tangible evidence that would have been digitally created and preserved.

For example, at paragraph 23(a), the amended complaint alleges that former NFL Network executive producer Eric Weinberger’s explicit text messages said that Cantor was “put on earth to pleasure me,” and that “watching you walk down the hall makes me crazy, your ass drives me insane.”

Paragraph 23(c) contends that current NFLN analyst Ike Taylor “sent [Cantor] sexually inappropriate pictures of himself, and a nude video while masturbating in the shower.”

Paragraph 23(f) alleges that former NFLN analyst Donovan McNabb sent sexually inappropriate comments via text. (The quotes in the amended complaint are very graphic, and they won’t be repeated here.)

Paragraph 23(g) claims that current NFLN analyst Heath Evans sent nude pictures of himself to Cantor “on at least two separate occasions.”

Other allegations related to things said and/or conduct occurring via direct interactions with Cantor. Specific claims of this type are made regarding Weinberger, Evans, Taylor, current NFLN analyst Marshall Faulk, former NFLN analyst Eric Davis, former NFLN analyst Warren Sapp, and NFLN talent coordinator Marc Watts.

Again, many of the specific accusations are graphic. Apart from the allegedly sexual words and deeds, Cantor claims that she worked in the men’s restroom, that Sapp came in while she was preparing clothes, that he urinated in front of her, and that when she “screamed at him to get out” Sapp said, “Sorry mama, but your office shouldn’t be our sh-tter.”

This lawsuit could drag the entire operation into the “sh-tter,” creating an enormous embarrassment for Big Shield. Even if the league can prove that Cantor was a willing participant in the banter and behavior, the league necessarily will be admitting that a toxic, sexualized atmosphere exists at the NFL-owned media operation. And that won’t be good for anybody.

78 responses to “Digital evidence will be critical to NFL Network harassment lawsuit

  1. Weird – but I kind of agree with Sapp. Why was she folding clothes in a mens bathroom. When you need to use the can – you need to use the can. Just a part of life.

  2. This is beginning to become very clear. Remember people, THE TRUTH LEAVES EVIDENCE. Follow it. There is something very very curious here. This employee-somehow innocently- had all these professionals none of which has ever been accused of such behavior before, all working in the media field-do such career killing moves. MOVES THAT ARE DONE EVERY DAY BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALES THAT are receptive of SUCH BEHAVIORS! It is virtually impossible for this to occur in this way without this lady either initiating sexual behaviors from all these men. I mean think about it. Why would they send such pics to a person who was not receptive or have indicated it would not be received well. I mean there is a reason Hue Heffner was not accused of grouping the bunnies!!! They were willing or he did not mess with them.

    I am not even a judge and I have already solved this mystery. This is about money and payback!!!

  3. If these digital records exist then the NFL has to be ran by morons to even allow these type of matter to see the public. Most companies would settle with the accused and the public never hears about it and the men involved could be reprimanded quietly.

    The fact that this law suit is seeing the light, says one of 2 things, first, this is pay back for NFLN firing Cantor for stealing clothes and she wants to embarrass the network. Or 2, the NFLN doesn’t believe she had a case and weren’t willing to settle, which then brings into question why they suspended their on air guys.

    I believe this is the first. She wants to get a payday and also embarrass the NFLN. This will only get uglier from here. Hell has no fury like a woman scorned.

  4. If it’s all true it’s absolutely terrible and should be dealt with accordingly and not trying to make a joke about this but if she had 7 men hitting on her she must be extremely attractive. On the flip side let’s see how this plays out. It just might be possible that maybe she was guilty of being flirtatious and sending the wrong signals.

  5. They didn’t ignore digital evidence in the Zeke Elliot case, not farce, case. There was no credible digital evidence. Get over it he abuses women and is serving his time because of it.

    If these digital signatures exist, then they should be punished, no question. But I have to admit I am still a little concerned that 11 people singled out this woman for sexual harassment. Possibly true? Maybe but it’s usually 11 women that accuse one man, which gives a lot of circumstantial weight to an allegation that can’t be ignored. Something about this just feels weird.

    That said, I’m on Sapp’s side about the men’s restroom. A woman shouldn’t be working in a men’s restroom, any more than a man should call a female restroom his office. That’s just weird.

  6. watching you walk down the hall makes me crazy, your ass drives me insane.”
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    We all experience this. (If we are lucky) but most of us keep it to ourselves. We don’t act on those temptations. Especially if you have a day to day working relationship that could potentially last for decades.

  7. imagine the man of the year ever got accused. the nfl would be in such a mental pretzel. luckily he is an upstanding citizen who only cares about the well being of other players.

  8. The books about ESPN sounds a lot like what NFLN is accused of. What is it with the males’ obsession of sending photos of their junk (Brett Favre, Salisbury, et al) to females?

  9. Seems awfully fishy that ALL of these men were just sending random nudes to this woman without any suggestion that it would be acceptable. It’s especially fishy if she is the only one they’re sending the nudes to.

  10. “Cantor claims that she worked in the men’s restroom”

    Whatever else is going on there, this needs explanation. As baldly stated here, it’s insane – there must be more to it.

  11. The truly scary thing is Jami Cantor could not have been the only woman these guys were texting. The only question is whether other women they saw/knew kept all the texts they had received as well.

  12. “Cantor claims that she worked in the men’s restroom”
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    Hey Cantor, What’s happenin’ I’m going to need you to move down to the men’s room. We are getting some new associates and we need to free up some space. Thanks a bunch!

    NFLN Office Space
    #haveuseenmystapler

  13. I’d love for the NFL to go down in flames and I’m genuinely glad that Faulk, the eternal Patriot accuser now stands accused. If guilty I won’t hear again about the Patriots taping the Super Bowl walkthrough and if innocent he’ll taste what it means to be falsely accused.

    As for the story itself…. For ten years she was made to work in an operative men’s restroom, she was forced to pay out of pocket and was never reimbursed, she never got lunch breaks, she was being forced to work off the clock without pay and when she complained they cut her hours. This abuse went on for 10 years, and she was 41 years old when hired.

    I’m sure almost any of those things could be true by itself, I could easily see some of them happening to the same victim too but for all of them to happen to the same woman, I don’t know. Let me put it this way, for her sake I hope it’s not true and she wasn’t put through that revolting ordeal.

  14. I’m seriously wondering as all this plays out in society over the next few years, are men going to start completely ignoring or looking at women, lest they be accused of something or another? I mean for real. you see an attractive woman at the store, smile and say “hey, how’s it going”? and the next thing you know the cops show up and haul you away?

  15. First Michael Irvin loses Warren Sapp and can’t do the “U Know It” segment. Now, he loses Marshall for the “M&M” segment. They could reach and use “M”ooch for it i guess.

  16. Instead of assuming this is a money grab, or another case of he said/she said-maybe for one listen and learn. I suspect anyone who thinks or says that has never held a woman who was damaged over this kind of behavior. I also know, for a 100% fact (having been around behind the in the scenes doing live events with some of these kinds of folks) that these guys actually DO send dick pics, and act just like Trump bragged about, just grab and kiss em. I dont know Heath, Marshall, or Sapp. I have seen these other guys behave badly, very badly. If you have ever been around this, you know. If you have not, you dont. It is hard to imagine some man just walking up and grabbing as has been described, unless you have seen it. It’s about power, the truth is, its why most of these guys want this power. I have seen other “nice guys” like Faulk and Evans behave in ways you would not think.

  17. reddzen says:
    December 12, 2017 at 10:40 am

    They didn’t ignore digital evidence in the Zeke Elliot case, not farce, case. There was no credible digital evidence. Get over it he abuses women and is serving his time because of it.

    If these digital signatures exist, then they should be punished, no question. But I have to admit I am still a little concerned that 11 people singled out this woman for sexual harassment. Possibly true? Maybe but it’s usually 11 women that accuse one man, which gives a lot of circumstantial weight to an allegation that can’t be ignored. Something about this just feels weird.

    That said, I’m on Sapp’s side about the men’s restroom. A woman shouldn’t be working in a men’s restroom, any more than a man should call a female restroom his office. That’s just weird.

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    Your comments are just plain wrong. I am sure the plaintiff here probably didn’t just like to call the male bathroom her office. if she is stipulating that that is her office, I am sure her bosses had a hand in that. Now, let’s look at this from a different angle, the person who cleans the bathroom might also look at the bathroom as their office. with your Sapp logic, it is OK for Sapp to expose himself if there is a cleaning lady, cleaning the bathroom? I can’t and wouldn’t do it in my place of work and I would hope you wouldn’t neither. Sapp was wrong and let’s not try to justify this behavior.

  18. Why do posts have to turn into a Patriots cheated post. This story is not even about that at all. Geeze ! It’s already been proven on a number occasions that the Patriots not only cheat but they get caught quite often. So let’s get back to the topic at hand. Why the heck are people sending pictures of themselves under any circumstances? If it’s not a lawsuit it ends up at the very least being an embarrassment. Oh and if you’re married doing that nonsense,it’s hard to have sympathy.

  19. Also–her “office” was not the men’s restroom. Read the facts. She was preparing clothes in there, likely steaming them. If she was in there, there had to be a reason. Having worked in wardrobe, there is no modesty here. I have, as has every audio guy in the industry, had to run a wire for a lav mic inside a woman’s blouse. CEOs, celebs, etc. It would not have been wrong or unusual for her to be in there, I think her issue was with Sapp acting stupid. The proper interaction would have been, “oh, I need to go, can you step out?” to which she says “yes”. That’s it. I think its pretty obvious Sapp does not care and was not raised in a way to know any better, his behavior in public life has proven that time and again.

  20. I just don’t get why these men are so insecure and arrogant they feel the need to do things like this. I am averaging looking and have never had trouble meeting women. WTH is wrong with these guys they somehow think this is proper behavior.

    She’s going to hammer them in court and win a huge settlement. This will be a massive embarrassment to Roger Goodell’s National Integrity League.

  21. Just as Goodell gets his extension another PR disaster he had his hands in comes up. The current head of NFL Network was promoted by Roger just this year to be Chief Media and Business Officer for the NFL.

  22. You do realize Digital Records means Text Message on her Personal Cellphone

    thefan08 says:
    December 12, 2017 at 10:39 am
    If these digital records exist then the NFL has to be ran by morons to even allow these type of matter to see the public. Most companies would settle with the accused and the public never hears about it and the men involved could be reprimanded quietly.

    The fact that this law suit is seeing the light, says one of 2 things, first, this is pay back for NFLN firing Cantor for stealing clothes and she wants to embarrass the network. Or 2, the NFLN doesn’t believe she had a case and weren’t willing to settle, which then brings into question why they suspended their on air guys.

    I believe this is the first. She wants to get a payday and also embarrass the NFLN. This will only get uglier from here. Hell has no fury like a woman scorned.

  23. If this is true it’s absolutely disgusting, if her accusations are real then they will find them in the discovery process when they dig through her phone records. Not only is it really disturbing but Donovan McNabb sounds like a high school student, grow up dude.

  24. Looks like the NFL and it’s media partners have their own #MeToo scandal brewing. I believe her. What are these idiots thinking?

  25. All this stuff is going to end up having a backlash against women. Anyone who believes otherwise is fooling themselves. It’s hard for the average person to understand. Just like there were many of us who thought the sexual misconduct that Trump was involved with was going to hurt his chances to be president. Well, the polls showed he actually got a positive bounce just as soon as that stuff was made public. Companies are going to trend toward hiring men whenever possible. It is what it is.

  26. This just goes to show you the farce that the Zeke fiasco was. The NFL (more specifically league office) never has and never will care about women, they only do so when it is convenient and beneficial for them to do so. The league claimed thet had forensic evidence from Thompson’s phone that prove she took/sent the abuse photos at the time of the allegations, and completely ignored the police report that showed how she was in a physical fight with a female at the same time of those photos being taken. And now the league’s network employees are accused of some egregious crimes by a former female employee, and the league doesn’t even so much as investigate the alleged victims accusations? They only go after who they want to go after, then they throw the policy book at them.

  27. . . . and here’s where Goodell pleas the ‘NFL Amendment,’ aka the bogus ‘Collective Bargaining Agreement.’ The entire organization needs an overhaul.

  28. Would it be so bad if the NFL just decided to go ahead and put the NFLN (and the rest of the country) out of its collective misery and pulled the trigger?

  29. I worked for ten years as a manager at a bottling company where there were 32 women and three men. I was “groped” and “flashed” at least half a dozen times per day. It got so bad that we males NEVER went into any space, except the bathroom, without another male present. The glove fits on every person’s hand.

  30. Just the fact that the NFLN hasn’t settled implies to me that there’s more to the story (i.e. any involvement/participation on her part).

    The guys are all suspended because this is bad workplace behavior and they all should have known better.

    But…..this release of information obviously comes from her camp as it only tells her side of the story. This release of her side was, most likely, preceded by a large monetary settlement demand to avoid any “embarrassment” to the network. What is missing from this information is any text messages that came before and after either by the guys or her. I think there’s more to the story…or NFLN would have settled.

    I won’t deny that there are predators out there, but you also have to admit that consensual workplace hanky-panky exists. Seeing that she didn’t make any claims about any of these bad behaviors (from multiple offenders) to anyone before she had an axe to grind with the network bears investigation. There is simply not enough information here to decree anyone as a harasser/assaulter.

    Though I wouldn’t want to be any of these guys trying to explain the pics to their wives.

  31. I, for one, could not be more thrilled that ole Rog has a MAJOR PR disaster, with which to deal! He will surely screw this one up, also!!! But, thanks to the clueless owners (sans Jerry Jones), he has a shiny new contract. Wonder if he will totally ignore the recommendations of his league investigator on this one, also???

  32. “This what happens when you hire high quality individuals like Warren Sapp and Michael Irvin. Lol”
    ___________________

    Intetesting I didn’t see Irvin as being one of the accused much to the chagrin of people like you. Nice try though

  33. The headline says, “Digital evidence will be critical to NFL Network harassment lawsuit”

    Well, OK. How about some “evidence” of all the other some as old as 40 years old claims that are cropping up every day. You know, the He-said, She-said variety.

    I’m thinking ambulance chasing lawyers are in on the game and are seeing BIG settlements coming their way. I don’t believe in coincidences.

  34. These former NFL players have been coddled since they played in high school. They have got away with crude texts and pornographic selfies/videos because they were considered “special”. Normal rules of behavior that is inappropriate didn’t apply to them because they were NFL footballers. Welcome to the real world all current and former NFL players.
    Particularly amusing that Heath Evans has been named. Heath has shoved his commitment to his faith as the cornerstone of his life for many years.

  35. If she produces actual pictures sent to her by these people, it will add a lot of credence to her other claims.

  36. I’m having a hard time wrapping my mind around how a guy would ever think it’s a good idea to send an unsolicited dick pic to someone he works with

    *******************************************
    Agreed. These guys will end up claiming they have CTE which lead to their childish behavior.

  37. Take a page out of the Congressional playbook. A few years ago they established a fund, at tax payers expense, to defend their members against allegations, or just pay the accuser off regardless of evidence. Nowadays, you lose your job the very day that accusations are made. Trust me when I say that this will set womens rights back eventually. It’s becoming a political attack tool for some and a easy payday for others. You want to be in the lockeroom/bathroom? Expect to be offended at some point.

  38. So let me see if I have this right.

    The entity that suspended Ezekiel Elliott, despite the police finding him innocent. Is supportive of having the women they employ to dress male analysts, do their work in the men’s restroom.

    Somebody get me some popcorn.

  39. Heath has shoved his commitment to his faith as the cornerstone of his life for many years.

    Isn’t his wife a child sexual abuse survivor herself?

    Ugh. 😦

  40. sigbouncer says:
    December 12, 2017 at 1:25 pm
    So let me see if I have this right.

    The entity that suspended Ezekiel Elliott, despite the police finding him innocent. Is supportive of having the women they employ to dress male analysts, do their work in the men’s restroom.

    —————

    You need a civics class…..the police don’t find anyone guilty or innocent….they investigate crimes and take them to the DA

  41. If even half of these allegations are true it is still a major PR black eye for the NFL. Who wants to bet that soon we will see allegations from NFL cheerleaders against players and other NFL team staff members?

  42. Incredible anybody would think it’s a sound idea to send explicit texts and pictures of themselves to a work colleague in the kind of pose that these guys have allegedly sent. I wonder if these guys have their heads up their own backsides thinking they can just do stuff like this. I feel sorry for their families, this must be so embarrassing.

  43. regaliaimagewear says:

    December 12, 2017 at 10:38 am

    This is beginning to become very clear. Remember people, THE TRUTH LEAVES EVIDENCE. Follow it. There is something very very curious here. This employee-somehow innocently- had all these professionals none of which has ever been accused of such behavior before, all working in the media field-do such career killing moves. MOVES THAT ARE DONE EVERY DAY BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALES THAT are receptive of SUCH BEHAVIORS! It is virtually impossible for this to occur in this way without this lady either initiating sexual behaviors from all these men. I mean think about it. Why would they send such pics to a person who was not receptive or have indicated it would not be received well. I mean there is a reason Hue Heffner was not accused of grouping the bunnies!!! They were willing or he did not mess with them.

    I am not even a judge and I have already solved this mystery. This is about money and payback!!!

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    Whomever wrote the entry above is an idiot. It’s a good thing no one’s livelihood depends on your “solving the mystery”. This case also has nothing to do with Zeke…this investigation will be done by Law Enforcement and investigators that assist the DA. The NFL continues to sink its own ship with these types of issues. To think no one heard any of these complaints is asinine. The NFL continues to make itself look like the good ‘ol boys network. If these accusations are found to be true, they should go to jail like the rest of us would.

  44. fishyinalittledishy says:
    December 12, 2017 at 2:09 pm
    Incredible anybody would think it’s a sound idea to send explicit texts and pictures of themselves to a work colleague in the kind of pose that these guys have allegedly sent. I wonder if these guys have their heads up their own backsides thinking they can just do stuff like this. I feel sorry for their families, this must be so embarrassing.

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    Maybe these guys “thought” she was into it…and maybe she even was…..how could they all misread the situation so badly? But even then, this is just idiotic on all of their parts. This is their place of work….not a nightclub…

    The lesson here….don’t commit anything to email, text messages, pictures or videos that you don’t expect to become public at some point in the future.

  45. 7timechamp says:
    December 12, 2017 at 11:41 am
    Why do posts have to turn into a Patriots cheated post.

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    my guess is because the Patriots run of success is tainted with continuous and well documented cheating. other than that i am sure they are swell guys.

  46. I’m sure all the texts/video/pics exist or she wouldn’t attempt this. However, what will be more important is the texts leading up to and after she received those what was said. If her attorney tries to block those or redact portions that is all we need to know about this case.

  47. nhpats says:

    Maybe these guys “thought” she was into it…and maybe she even was…..how could they all misread the situation so badly? But even then, this is just idiotic on all of their parts. This is their place of work….not a nightclub…

    The lesson here….don’t commit anything to email, text messages, pictures or videos that you don’t expect to become public at some point in the future.

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    I learned this the hard way in my divorce last year. All you have to do for court now is print out copies of text messages, and theyre admissible. So every time I replied to her badgering me, she printed it out (omitting her instigation, obviously) and made me look really bad.

    Follow the 5 minute text rule. Type the text. Put the phone down for 5 minutes and think it through…then decide whether to delete or send.

  48. 7timechamp says:
    December 12, 2017 at 11:41 am
    Why do posts have to turn into a Patriots cheated post.

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    Because the Patriots’ success has left many fans of other lesser organizations butt hurt and looking for excuses

  49. Darren Sharper was condsidered a “nice guy” and so was Bill Cosby. Sharper is in prison and Cosby should be.
    So let’s not jump to a conclusion that this is a money grab. The truth will come out if due diligence is done.

  50. 7timechamp says:
    December 12, 2017 at 11:41 am
    Why do posts have to turn into a Patriots cheated post. This story is not even about that at all. Geeze ! It’s already been proven on a number occasions that the Patriots not only cheat but they get caught quite often. So let’s get back to the topic at hand. Why the heck are people sending pictures of themselves under any circumstances? If it’s not a lawsuit it ends up at the very least being an embarrassment. Oh and if you’re married doing that nonsense,it’s hard to have sympathy.

    24 33 Rate This

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    GOOODELL is the cheater.

    How many times do we have learn this and people continue to ignore it?

    2010:
    Bill Cowher: “You know, let me just say this: To answer your question, no, I don’t think so (it’s not an advantage for one team over another).
    I just know as a head coach, you are always looking for a competitive edge. We had people out there trying to look at signals. We had guys go to games. They would tape the signal caller and also write it down. They would take it back and match up the signals with the game film and certain defenses with certain plays that were being called, particularly the defenses being called, to see if we could come up with some kind of an alert for a signal. So, what they did with videotaping the signal caller, people do it with the people in the stands!!
    These people sitting there in the stands, looking at the signal, writing it down and matching up the 1st and 10 signal. Ok? Then you go back again and the 2nd and 10 and here’s the signal. You do that for a whole game.
    You then go back and match up the defenses with the signal. And you can come up with what the signal was.
    So, you don;’t need a video tape with what they were talking about doing. And people were doing it. WE were doing that. Everybody does that. You’re TRYING to gain a competitive edge. There is nothing wrong with that.
    That’s why baseball players go through the mirage of signals. They’ve got all these different codes. That’s part of the competitive spirit of the game. I think it’s totally overblown. I think if you get caught (signals compromised), then do what we did and go to wristbands, you are worried about it. We started putting defenses on wristbands. Then you find a way to not get caught (signals compromised). When your good at something and people try steal from ya, I think it’s flattering.”

  51. I learned this the hard way in my divorce last year. All you have to do for court now is print out copies of text messages, and theyre admissible. So every time I replied to her badgering me, she printed it out (omitting her instigation, obviously) and made me look really bad.

    Follow the 5 minute text rule. Type the text. Put the phone down for 5 minutes and think it through…then decide whether to delete or send.
    _____________________________________________________________

    No offense dude, but all you had to do is print out the whole conversation yourself then. You know going in what the arguments are and either yourself or attorney should be prepared.

  52. I don’t know what the outcome of this will be, and the one thing I know is no one who is commenting in here knows, either. So why don’t we all wait to see what happens before we rush to judgement either way.

  53. Sexual harassment is wrong, and women do it to guys too, but you never hear anything about that. Is there a double standard? It’s just as the courts let off most female child predators with a slap on the wrist. Why?

  54. Erik Gainer says:

    December 12, 2017 at 2:53 pm

    No offense dude, but all you had to do is print out the whole conversation yourself then. You know going in what the arguments are and either yourself or attorney should be prepared

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    She sent them in for a response to a motion I filed. There was no way to legally reply. I was not aware she would be submitting them. She wentn way out into left field to paint me as a jerk. It really didn’t pertain to the argument in question.

    My point stands though…follow the 5 minute rule. Anything you don’t think belongs in a courtroom, shouldn’t be sent these days.

  55. What I don’t understand is that there isn’t a common discipline out there in our country. Men and women alike use the bathrooms outdoors in front of others routinely. You would think that if that’s the case then there would be a punishment apposed to someone being in a genders bathroom……

  56. Publically, we all despise sexual misconduct, right? But, we just elected a president who bragged about this stuff, right? So obviously, what we say publically and what we do privately just don’t add up. We can expect a serious backlash against hiring women for jobs that either sex can do. By the way, a lot of women voted for Trump too, so don’t think for a minute that there’s no truth to what I’m saying. It’s a man’s world, so a lot of women choose to utilize their sexuality to manipulate men. That’s bad too, but men don’t usually complain about that. I’m not saying that’s wrong, it’s just the way we human’s are wired. But now with all these lawsuits, men (or whoever owns the companies) are going to think twice before they bring a woman into the workplace.

  57. cowboysfan1979 says:
    December 12, 2017 at 10:34 am
    Well they ignored digital evidence in the Zek Elliot farce. Why should they use it now?

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    Its possible that this time it will serve their purposes. They are still looking into that.

  58. I don’t know why I’m getting the impression she was a tramp and the word was out. All was good at the time, but Now she’s playing the victim. If it was one guy I would believe her, when it’s a bunch, I’m guess this is a I’ll get even with them moment.
    But sending pictures, what the heck is wrong with you guys

  59. charliecharger says:
    December 12, 2017 at 4:41 pm
    Publically, we all despise sexual misconduct, right? But, we just elected a president who bragged about this stuff, right?

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    You mean as opposed to the woman who was married to a President who abused and even raped women and said woman did everything she could do to discredit and ruin the accusers’ lives?

    Please….Liberals have no high ground on which to stand

  60. nhpats says:
    December 12, 2017 at 6:22 pm
    charliecharger says:
    December 12, 2017 at 4:41 pm
    Publically, we all despise sexual misconduct, right? But, we just elected a president who bragged about this stuff, right?

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    You mean as opposed to the woman who was married to a President who abused and even raped women and said woman did everything she could do to discredit and ruin the accusers’ lives?

    Please….Liberals have no high ground on which to stand
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    Any time Gloria Allred shows up as their “lawyer”… my BS detector goes up.

  61. Roger gets credit for tv deals he never negotiated and now something he actually has oversight of blows up.

    Again, what has he done that’s noteworthy in a positive way?

  62. leatherface2012 says:
    December 12, 2017 at 11:15 am
    I’m seriously wondering as all this plays out in society over the next few years, are men going to start completely ignoring or looking at women, lest they be accused of something or another?
    _______________________________

    I’m seriously wondering how there are guys out there who dont see a difference between looking at a woman and sending her a video of yourself masturbating.

    Truly disturbing, and very telling of the rape culture in America.

  63. Fire all these guys. We don’t need them at the NFL Network, or ESPN. We need to keep our football pure. Those guys can go get jobs at the white house. The qualifications are much lower these days.

  64. nhpats says:
    December 12, 2017 at 1:39 pm

    sigbouncer says:
    December 12, 2017 at 1:25 pm
    So let me see if I have this right.

    The entity that suspended Ezekiel Elliott, despite the police finding him innocent. Is supportive of having the women they employ to dress male analysts, do their work in the men’s restroom.

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    You need a civics class…..the police don’t find anyone guilty or innocent….they investigate crimes and take them to the DA

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    Are we in a civics class or courtroom? No, I didn’t think so either. So why then are you turning the words guilty/innocent into legal jargon?

    The police do in fact decide in THEIR VIEW whether someone is guilty or innocent when deciding whether or not to arrest them. Then the next step is the case going to the DA smart guy.

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