Fans hoping the Jenn Sterger-Brett Favre scandal would somehow have a happy ending aren't likely to find one. Nor did Brett, apparently, hard as he tried.
In addition to Sterger, to whom Favre allegedly sent a series of unwanted and inappropriate text messages, he also pursued two team massage therapists.
This all went down during the QB's one season with the New York Jets (2008-09), for whom Jenn Sterger and the two masseuses were working at the time.
PASS: None of Brett's sexting targets wanted the total Favre package.
According to one of them, who says she worked as a massage therapist for the team for a few years, she never had an incident with a player until Brett.
"He was on the table next to mine," she tells Deadspin. "He was looking at my ass the whole time while I worked on another player. He was ogling me."
The other masseuse, who was massaging Brett that day, exchanged numbers with him. That woman soon received a shady text message from Favre.He invited both women back to his hotel room with texts became that increasingly inappropriate ("just nasty stuff"), but nothing ultimately transpired.
Sexually, at least. When Favre found out the first woman was married, he apologized. But her husband was displeased and contacted Favre personally.
"I called him on his phone and told him I wanted an apology. He acted all arrogant. He refused to apologize," the husband recalled, again to Deadspin.
The second accuser approached an attorney about the situation but was told that because she was a private contractor, a harassment case was a reach.
Neither woman pursued it further, until the Sterger accusations, coupled with a story in the New York Post, blew the lid off Favre's wang-texting ways.
The women have chosen to remain anonymous for now, because they "don't want photographers on their front lawn," but are considering going public.
First, they want to talk to the NFL and the Jets. Oh, and they say they still have the Brett Favre text messages. Cross your fingers that this is all true ...