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Report: Jenn Sterger's friend says she saw photos, allegedly of Brett Favre

A friend of the woman at the center of the Brett Favre "sexting" investigation says she was present when Jenn Sterger received an explicit photo from Favre.

"I actually saw it when he sent it. We just laughed when he did it," Allison Torres, 24, told Steppin' Out magazine, according to the New York Post. "We talked about it like girlfriends talk about that kind of stuff. You have to understand that Brett Favre isn't the first celebrity that tried to hook up with her."

Sterger has refused to cooperate with the NFL in its investigation of inappropriate photos and voice mails allegedly send to her by Favre in 2008, when both were with the New York Jets. A Fox report Sunday indicated that Favre admitted leaving the voice mails for Sterger but not to sending the photos.

Torres said that Favre and Sterger regularly exchanged texts. Phil Reese, Sterger's manager, would not comment on Torres' interview, adding that the women, who both formerly were Florida State Cowgirls, are "not exactly close friends and haven't spoken in quite some time."

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Ya know, the word is the NFL almost dropped this investigation after they talked to Favre, when he denied sending the photos or texts and they were satisfied he did not, but are giving Sterger a few more days to cooperate. It's not that hard to prove it wasn't him, lol. There are phone bills, in addition to the fact that Favre had yards of his intestines removed after a severe car accident while he was in college - he undoubtedly has scars. That, and people's bodies really do look different.

Sterger, and a lot of these "news" organizations need to be VERY careful of slander suits. I notice, Sterger herself, hasn't made ANY allegations to ANYONE and has refused to even talk to the NFL about the allegations against Favre. Now why do you suppose that is? Perhaps because she knows they would be false? The voicemails, which Favre has admitted to, are friendly and polite - he is merely asking her out. Well, she hung onto them for 2 years, apparently, yet even now refuses to say she is the one who gave them to that tabloid Deadspin. Again, don't you wonder why? Suddenly everyone in the world knows her name and is looking at her pictures, just when she is starting a show on some Verve network . . . Gosh, this ain't rocket science people - it's an attention seeking bimbo and a man who either did, or wanted to cheat on his wife with said bimbo who is making the most of it. DUH!

Posted by: TeriB | October 27, 2010 3:13 PM | Report abuse

Apparently the texting between Favre and Jenn Sterger was "mutual". Does the NFL and Deadspin.com owe Favre an apology? http://clicky.me/BFavre

Posted by: Silk32 | October 27, 2010 5:45 PM | Report abuse

Who cares about some dumb old "Has-Been" football player anyway?!! He was obviously trying to prove that he still had "it" and she was interested. Next year he'll be retired and his wife will drop him like there's no tomorrow, then he can crawl back into that backwoods hole he came from. They don't play football because they're smart... HELLOOOOO!

Posted by: slpypup | October 27, 2010 10:06 PM | Report abuse

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