Jenn Sterger’s manager says she won’t sue Brett Favre if the NFL takes action


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Jenn Sterger’s manager said Thursday that if the NFL punishes Brett Favre, she won’t sue the Minnesota Vikings quarterback.

Sterger, a former New York Jets game hostess, alleged she received X-rated photos and text messages from Farve in 2008.

Her manager, Phil Reese, said she wants the league to take action before he retires, which Farve said he plans to do at the conclusion of this season. Minnesota has only four regular-season games remaining.


Reese added that Sterger would like the NFL to ‘implement a program’ to prevent unwanted advances.

The NFL has finished its investigation into the matter, and has sent its findings to the commissioner’s office and league lawyers to review.

The league has not yet commented on the results of the investigation.


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The Associated Press contributed to this report.