Jenn Sterger Suing Manager over Favre Texts, Pictures

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As we learned last fall, text pictures of dongs can be worth a lot of money and cause a lot of trouble. Yes, during the salad days of 2010 when the biggest NFL story involved private parts instead of private equity distribution.

Yesterday, it was revealed that media darling Jenn Sterger is suing her manager over the possession of the Brett Favre text messages and text pictures. Looks like after the fact, we have a divide-and-conquer by the ex-Minnesota Vikings QB. Even though his reputation is already ruined.

According to the International Business Times:

The lawsuit, filed on Tuesday in Hillsborough County circuit court in Florida, is an effort to invalidate a book agreement with manager Phillip Reese who plans to use the content sent from Favre for his own book.

When she was a sideline reporter for the Jets, Sterger reportedly received several flirtatious text messages, voicemails as well as explicit photos of Favre, which led to a $50,000 fine from the NFL.

Written by Paul M. Banks, President and CEO of The Sports Bank.net, a Midwest webzine. He’s also a regular contributor to Chicago Now, the Tribune’s blog network, Walter Football, Yardbarker Network, and Fox Sports

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