Sterger’s manager threatens to go public with Favre evidence

Since his client essentially has no further career in the media, Phil Reese apparently sees no risk in doing something reckless with whatever career Jenn Sterger has left.

ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported on Monday night that the investigation regarding Favre’s alleged conduct toward Sterger, a former Jets in-house sideline reporter, could be resolved as soon as Tuesday.  Echoing Peter King’s most recent report from NBC’s Football Night in America, Mort said that Favre likely will not be be suspended.

According to, Reese says that Sterger has “provided extensive evidence that irrefutably proves there was harassment.”  The statement marks the most dramatic break yet from Sterger’s previous decision to say nothing in the hopes that the case would go away.

Apparently, that was before she decided she could get paid.

“No matter what happens Jenn has all legal remedies, including going public,” Reese said, “if the NFL doesn’t clear her name.”

Phil, the NFL isn’t in the business of “clearing her name.”  The NFL needs to determine whether any of its policies were violated.  Clearing Sterger’s name (i.e., helping her get another job) isn’t the NFL’s obligation.

Meanwhile, since when is “going public” a legal remedy?  It’s not illegal for her to go public, unless of course she defames Favre.  But if there’s a legal remedy to be pursued, it’s not something that will happen through the media but through the court system.

Unless, of course, she’s decided that her desire to get paid includes selling her story.

Either way, if her goal is to get another job, she may want to reconsider the skills and abilities of her current manager.

54 responses to “Sterger’s manager threatens to go public with Favre evidence

  1. brett favre’s dong is already on the internet. dont think he’s going to be to shaken up about this.

  2. “Sterger’s manager threatens to go public with Favre evidence”

    They’re still “threatening’?

    Either crap or get off the pot, geez.

  3. I do not understand the whole clearing her name thing. This is a girl who became famous by showing off her wonderful body on the sidelines of Fla St games, then somehow parlayed that into a hostessing gig. How is her getting dick picks from Favre tainting that name in any way?

  4. Threatening to go public is another attempt at extortion without actually being legally extortion… maybe. Seems that the threat to go public sure sounds like extortion to me.

  5. Brett and Sterger need to shuck the stinkin’ lawyers and just go out behind the barn and settle it for themselves…a lot cheaper and a heck of a lot more fun. Brett,you rascal you.

  6. This sounds like a threat. If she releases stuff she didn’t give to the NFL then she has no one to blame but herself. They want MONEY. I hope Favre sues the crap out of her and her manager. She has the lawyer for it he specializes in extortion.

  7. It’s going to be awesome when they bring all this evidence public and show the hypocrisy of the NFL.

    Plenty of evidence that Favre harassed a female league employee = no suspension. Meanwhile another QB faces mere unfounded accusations and gets 4 games off…

    Goodell must GO!

  8. Sounds like extortion to me. Why else would she have kept the “evidence” for over two years and if she was so bothered by what happened then why didn’t she report it at the time? Favre is a dog and she is a gold digger. I wish they would both go away.

  9. #
    sdffa13 says: Dec 6, 2010 9:35 PM


    -Amen brother. That’s what I was thinking.

  10. Unless she has pics of Farve in “Gimp gear” ( Pulp Fiction reference ) I doubt very seriously she could do any more damage than what has already been done.

    Sounds like a desperate move, let her try it.
    Go ahead.

    Heres hoping the Farve camp keeps thier wallets in thier back pocket.

    Not one dime to this slut.

    Besides, America is quick to forgive – Kennedy, Clinton, Marv Albert, Hugh Grant, Frank Gifford, Vick, etc.

    But no chance anyone, anywhere, regardless of huge amounts of ingested alcohol can Jackie Mason EVER be forgiven for “Caddyshack II”.

    So Farves in good shape, I think.

  11. Mike! Very nicely handled … I’m proud of you 😉

    Don’t think I’ve ever seen a golddigger mismanage anything so badly. It doesn’t matter whether or not she encouraged Favre’s attention. These incidents took place two years ago. If she’d felt harassed, she’d have pursued it through appropriate channels while she and Favre were both still in the Jets’ employ. Instead, she kept the materials, shared them around, and carelessly let them go public.

    It’s obvious now that she initially refused to cooperate with the NFL because she was trying to shake down Favre. Give him credit for refusing to pay. Now she figures someone owes her something because her career has been hurt by her own carelessness and greed. Well, the hornet’s nest she stirred up played at least some role in undermining the Vikings’ season and costing Brad Childress his job. At least she can slink off quietly and get an on-air job in a small market. If she and her cohorts don’t stop shrieking, she won’t even have that. Not many people want to hire an obvious extortionist.

  12. Well if it isn’t the unimportantpftcommenter.

    Isn’t it hypocritical of you to say something negative about Jenn Sterger. After all, when I say something negative about her, you scream about what a hypocrite I am.

    Or do you just pick out people to ambush and scream hypocrite at for no reason.


  13. What a huge story over Favre’s little dong. As long as it contributed to the downfall of the Viking season, that’s all I ever cared about. Now that they are ruined for 2010, I no longer have an interest in the story other than to laugh about the fact that the biggest name on the team has the smallest pecker.

  14. Well everyone knew the NFL was going to do its best to protect Favre. There is no way they can allow another high profile QB to get in legal trouble over a female.
    If Reese has the evidence he thinks he has, and Favre gets off, well there are employment laws put forth by a higher power then the NFL.

  15. I am going to the media I’m not going to the media
    I am going to the media I’m not going to the media
    I am going to the media I’m not going to the media
    I am going to the media I’m not going to the media

    Now where in the World could she learn this kind of Waffling ?
    The Iron dummy Favre should have paid her off would have been alot cheaper than the 50% he’s going to have to pay Deanna
    Having a hissy fit and screwing the Packers really worked out for ya huh big boy
    Couldn’t of happened to a nicer little prick (literally) now please come back get the Vikes a couple more wins and get them a lousier draft pick LOL

  16. importantpftcomment says:
    Dec 6, 2010 9:42 PM
    Nothing like making threats to keep your name in the public, especially since she got FIRED (show got canceled) from her last job……
    Seems you have quite the mancrush on Favre!!! I guess I would think you would be happy to see more intimate pictures of him if they get released, might allow you to spend more time with your eyes glued to him instead of coming on here defending a diva relentlessly! Isn’t it a little pathetic and sad for someone to defend a 41 year old man for acts like this? If you want to defend his play go ahead and try but this is getting a little worrisome! Favre might have to put a restrainer order on you!

  17. Will this wench just go away? Threatening to go public is another attempt to extort Favre. This stupid twat needs to find a new manager. This guy is going to destroy her life even further. Unless she plans a career in porn, her chances of getting a job…any job, but especially one in the media…are gone. She wasn’t harrassed. She would have reported it then instead of laughing with her friends. Brett Favre is a future Hall of Famer whose name, scandal or no, will forever be mentioned among the likes of Unitas, Staubach, and Montana. Sterger? Her name will be mentioned with the likes of Donna Rice, Monica Lewinsky, and Rachel Uchitel…skanks who tried to bring down famous men.

  18. In an ominous and thinly veiled threat to Brett, Phil (Don’t call me Pee Wee) Reese said if his wilted wallflower didn’t get her way “We’re going to go all PUBIC with this”.

  19. Just like Favray and Childress, these two deserve each other and they deserve what they get. He’s a moron and she’s a gold digger.

  20. Since most people seem to think the Penis on display in the photos is awfully diminutive, maybe it was “Pee Wee” Reese who posed for it.

  21. Show some sympathy for Jenn Sterger. It can’t be cheap employing Michael Jackson’s flesh sculptors.

  22. Reese is living in a dream world.

    The statute of limitations to sue has expired. There are no legal remedies because Sterger failed to timely avail herself of them.

    Favre has no incentive to pay anything to Sterger. The damage, i.e. embarrassment, is already done.

  23. @Jimmy Smith

    Oh, where do I start…you have taken such an interest in Brett’s apendage.

    “I no longer have an interest in the story other than to laugh about the fact that the biggest name on the team has the smallest pecker.”

    I’m sure you’ve seen your fair share of them, so I guess you are amply qualified for this assessment.

  24. She’s already done Playboy. SO the only avenue left after the NFL is porn. Great body, not attractive, pure attention ho. I’m not a big Farve fan and even I think that this chick has abused her 15 minutes. Remember she got “famous” by showing off her fake rack at Fla. St. games. Take your money and and run sister, you’ll never get a job in media again. BTW as a guy I always send pictures of my flacid junk to chick who is “rejecting” me. Something stinks in this whole thing.

  25. Apparently, that was before she decided she could get paid.

    Or maybe it was before she realized the NFL was about to sweep the whole thing under the rug.

  26. Wisconsin77 says:
    Dec 6, 2010 10:16 PM
    Proves once again that she is nothing but a money grabbing wh0re.

    rcali says:
    Dec 6, 2010 10:49 PM
    Prostitution is illegal…right?


    If she is such a whore, why didn’t she sleep with Favre instead of turning down his unwelcome advances?

    Oh, I see. You come from the “any woman who wears sexy clothing and flaunts her great looks is a whore” camp that was so popular in the 50’s and 60’s.

    And how is it prostitution if she didn’t have sex with him?

  27. NFL, doing nothing.

    Favre, doing nothing (in more ways than one).

    Sterger/Reese, you have three options: 1) write a book, 2) go “public” and get on Oprah or some other useless TV show, or 3) sue somebody.

    Those are your options. Most of us on here would prefer option #4: just go away…

  28. Jenn looked good naked, but hey….bodies like hers are a dime a dozen. Can’t say I blame ole Brett. She said NOTHING for 2 years? Can you spell “extortion”? Give me a break. Jenn S. just needs to GO AWAY!!!

  29. Wow, so much misogyny. She’s the problem, right, not the multi-millionaire QB who thought it was a good idea to text pics of his junk. He’s just a good-old boy, right? Damned pathetic.

  30. The only reason this floozy has not come forward earlier is because she has other famous “dongs” other then Favre’s on her phone. Should she go after them too? She is one of the reasons women have a hard time getting respect in the sports world. Thank goodness Favre has not given in to her. Not that he isn’t getting punished at home where this should be handled and not in the media.

    Good luck Jen… I hear the bunny ranch is hiring.

  31. @knightringonow …

    Actually, truth is not an absolute defense to liable. But I’m not sure what that has to do with this.

    @realitypolice …

    Don’t think they’re saying any attractive woman who flaunts her looks is a whore. They’re angry about a woman who–by her own admission–chose to sexualize herself in order to build a media career and has tried to belatedly portray herself as a victim in order to extort money from a celebrity.

    @cshearing …

    I do not condone Brett Favre’s infidelities regardless of whether he did or did not send solicited or unsolicited photos of his privates to Jenn Sterger (which, at this point, none of us knows). But my only interest in Favre is his football performance; the rest is a private matter between him, God, and his family. If Jenn Sterger felt victimized, she would have pursued the issue at the appropriate time. It was not appropriate to keep this material, share it with friends, allow it to go public, then try to profit from it by extorting money from Favre, the Jets, and the league. To claim now that she was a victim is insulting to real harassment victims who are subjected to hostile work environments, threats, intimidation, and fear of losing their livelihoods … not through their own machinations.

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