Brett Favre's two masseuse accusers say they were nixed by the Jets in a bid to get their jobs back and that's why they're press their case against the QB.
Before they sued Favre for sexual harassment, they made a last ditch appeal to the team , but were both denied, according to an attorney for the women.
Christina Scavo and Shannon O'Toole sent a letter in November asking the Jets to rehire them. They claim the Jets stopped doing so after Favre's incident.
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Scavo says her husband called and confronted Favre on the phone about lewd text messages he allegedly sent proposing a rendezvous with the women.
The two massage therapists and the Jets went back and forth, but ultimately the NFL franchise refused to put Scavo and O'Toole back on the payroll.
Only then did they decide to sue Favre and the team to recoup lost wages.
That'll be a legal stretch. Scavo and O'Toole were never officially "terminated" by the Jets, since they weren't Jets employees, but contracted workers.
We have no idea what these women look like, but to see the other woman Favre is accused of harassing, check out these Jenn Sterger pictures!