Brett Favre Scandal – Investigation Closing This Week
NEW YORK (LALATE) – The Brett Favre scandal investigation almost closed last week says insiders. But the Brett Favre scandal will end its NFL investigation this week if Playboy model reporter Jenn Sterger (photos below) continues to allegedly not cooperate with NFL investigators, claims reports. Moreover, insiders claim Jenn Sterger may not be needed unless she seeks to contradict something of Favre’s testimony.
ESPN is reporting that so “far, Jenn Sterger … has not cooperated with the NFL.” And while Sterger’s reps claim they have been talking with the NFL in an “ongoing dialogue”, reports confirm that Sterger has not granted an interview to NFL investigators despite two weeks of requests. Even after Sterger hired an attorney and reportedly a team of former federal investigators (for reasons not yet apparent), Sterger has yet to grant an interview to the NFL.
New reports say that the league, after getting Favre and others’ interviews by last Friday, almost closed their investigation last week. But, the NFL left their investigation open a bit more to allow Sterger to grant an interview if she changes her mind, news claims. Now with Sterger still at midweek not granting a chat with NFL Security investigation, Roger Goodell’s team might close their investigation this week.
FOX News reported Monday that Favre has admitted to NFL officials he did in fact leave the voice mail recordings leaked by Deadspin.com but did not send the photograph or other photographs to Sterger that appeared on the Deadspin.com website. Deadpsin, in response to that report, said the photo and the voice mail were sent from the same phone number.
Favre was quick to cooperate with NFL officials. But, if Favre is to suffer a (potentially unlikely) one game suspension, it would be beneficial to the Vikings that it came earlier in the season rather than later. And while Favre met with investigators last week, he has previously told news that meeting with Roger Goodell is no problem. “[I have] no problem with talking to the commissioner”.
NFL vice president for security Milt Ahlerich has not told news who has interviewed, nor how long those interviews took. Among the persons already possibly questioned are the Jets representative that gave Favre Sterger’s phone number, the Jets representative that chatted with Sterger about Favre’s first voicemail (the notable “garbage can” chat), and the two female independent contractors at the two-day training camp.
Goodell has told news, that once the investigation is complete, his job will start. “We’re just looking for facts now. I am going to deal with it as we get the facts.”
CLIFFS:FAVRE IS SCREWED!!!!