The Vikings’ Brett Favre Also Hit On Two Other Women Besides Sterger

Written by Michael Lambarde on Jan. 03, 2011

Christine Scavo and Shannon O’Toole, whom are massage therapists for the New York Jets, have filed a lawsuit today against the Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre for sexual harassment. The women are also suing Lisa RIPI, who was responsible for hiring the therapists for the NFL team.

In the suit, Christine Scavo claims Favre sent text messages unacceptable to her and another woman. She is claiming that Favre asked them to be “together” with him.

Scavo noted that Favre treated her as a “hanging piece of meat” during 2008, when Favre was with the New York Jets at the time.

In the suit she claims that he wanted a three-way with her and the other therapist. According to the lawsuit, Christine Scavo’s husband got in Favre’s face and made him apologize. Her huisband said he ran into the defender and told him stop soliciting his wife.

However, Favre, “answered the wrong way and refused,” according to the lawsuit filed.

NFL recently fined Favre $50,000 for not cooperating in the investigation of allegations that he had sent Jenn Sterger, a former sideline reporter for the Jets, racy voice messages and naked photos when they both worked for the Jets in 2008.


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