Jenn Sterger is not hanging out on the sidelines anymore. The former NY Jets reporter allegedly at the center of the Brett Favre scandal does not plan to sue the quarterback — who she claims sent her pornographic cell phone pictures — as long as he is suspended by the NFL.
“If the [NFL] commissioner suspends Favre and puts him in a program to make sure this doesn’t happen again … 100 percent … Jenn would not pursue any litigation against Favre, against the Jets, against anybody,” Jenn’s rep said on the Dan Patrick Show, via TMZ.
Jenn’s rep also claims that before the scandal first broke, Brett’s agent attempted to pay the reporter off.
“He asked me is there a specific figure you had in mind to make this go away.”
The Minnesota Vikings quarterback denies sending any photos of his penis.
Brett’s wife, Deanna Favre, has briefly addressed the scandal, saying, “I’m a woman of faith,” she said. “Faith has gotten me through many difficult struggles. It will get me through this one.”