Amanda Oswald, the mystery masseuse who Brett Favre hit on in 2008, says she won't be pursuing a case against the man. Simply put, he did nothing wrong.
Aside from propositioning a masseuse while married, that is.
Jenn Sterger may tell a different story, but Oswald says Favre deals with sext rejection well knows just when to back off when his audibles go awry.
At least one of Favre's "targeted receivers" isn't resentful.
Amanda Oswald was hired by the New York Jets to work on Brett for a day in 2008, after which he sent a text message soliciting her for a sexual encounter.
Oswald says unlike two other two Brett Favre accusers - both masseuses who worked on Jets players on the day she was contracted - she is letting it go.
She won't pursue a case because she doesn't feel Brett violated her.Oswald explains that after Favre sent the text asking for a private session with "bad intentions," Oswald replied that she wasn't game for anything sexual.
She says Favre replied, "OK" ... and never pursued her further. No tawdry video requests, photos of his wang sent to her, nothing. What a class act.
"I do believe it was inappropriate ... I can't say I was harassed," she says.
Oswald has not worked for the Jets since the day of the text incident ... but she tells us she's not opposed to taking another gig with the team it asked.