Jenn Sterger has kept a low profile throughout the Brett Favre scandal. So far. That could change if she isn't satisfied with the results of the investigation.
If the NFL doesn't discipline Favre for the sexting and voicemails he allegedly sent to Jenn, the former Jets reporter may decide to go public with proof.
She has an "overabundance of evidence," too, according to her manager.
Does Jenn Sterger have more evidence that Brett Favre harassed her? Like his status every single Sunday, that remains up in the air ... at least for the moment.
Favre could get word any day now about potential punishment for allegedly sending Jenn Sterger photos of his penis while he was with the New York Jets.
She was working as the team's stadium host at the time.Jenn's manager, Phil Reese, believes she "provided extensive evidence that irrefutably proves there was harassment" and adds, "No matter what happens Jenn has all legal remedies, including going public ... if the NFL doesn't clear her name."
Reese says the NFL's action regarding the Brett Favre scandal weighs heavily on changing public opinion of Sterger. Basically, she wants him suspended.
Sterger's camp insists she has more evidence than the photos that have come out. Reese adds, "We sincerely hope the league does the right thing."
Here's Brett hollering at Jenn on voicemail: