Those Brett Favre voicemails allegedly left for Jenn Sterger?
Yup, that's really him, Brett admits, according to Fox Sports.
The Minnesota Vikings quarterback simultaneously denied that any lewd photos - which he's also accused of sending - were emailed to the former Jets reporter.
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Favre, under NFL investigation for potentially violating the league's personal conduct policy, took responsibility for the voicemails in a meeting with NFL security.
The 41-year-old, who is married, says that while voicemails were indeed left by him (he comes on to Jenn pretty hard, too), he did not send any lewd images.
Sports website Deadspin sparked the controversy October 7 when it posted a montage of voicemails and naked Brett Favre photos allegedly sent to Sterger.The New York Post reported Saturday that Jenn Sterger, currently the host of The Daily Line on cable channel Versus, is unsure if she will meet with NFL officials.
"Jenn's willingness to cooperate with the NFL's investigation is not for sale," Sterger's manager, Phil Reese, said. "This decision is ultimately Jenn's to make."
The former model, who has remained silent throughout the investigation, hired legal counsel Wednesday, one day following Favre’s meeting with NFL security.
Jenn's manager shot down reports that a financial settlement from Favre might play into whether she speaks with the league, but she may hold the power.
A pair of Jets massage therapists have made similar allegations against him.