Two former massage therapists for the New York Jets are suing Brett Favre for sexual harassment after he allegedly sent them lewd texts. They're also suing the team for axing them when they came forward.
Favre's alleged sexting habits came to light in a big (or little) way when he was accused of sending pictures of his dick to Jenn Sterger. Now the two massage therapists who anonymously accused Favre of harassment in October have gone public with a lawsuit. According to Good Morning America, Christina Scavo and Shannon O'Toole are suing Favre, the Jets, and their onetime boss Lisa Ripi for sexual harassment. Scavo claims that Favre sent another massage therapist (apparently not O'Toole) a text saying, "Brett here you and crissy want to get together im all alone." Later, he wrote, "Kinda lonely tonight I guess I have bad intentions." Scavo's husband then contacted Favre to ask him to stop harassing Scavo — according to the lawsuit, the full text of which is on Deadspin, Favre "responded in an inappropriate manner and refused to apologize or take any other action." And after that, Scavo and O'Toole — who had introduced Scavo to Ripi — were never hired back by the Jets.