Jenn Sterger knows firsthand about Brett Favre sending inappropriate texts.
On Tuesday, incriminating text messages were leaked that showed Favre’s involvement in a scheme featuring former Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant in which $5 million in welfare money was used to fund a new volleyball arena for the school in which Favre’s daughter attended and played volleyball.
The newly released texts show that Gov. Bryant, Brett Favre, and others worked together to channel at least $5 million of the state’s welfare funds to build a new volleyball stadium at University of S. Mississippi, where Favre’s daughter played the sport https://t.co/V4gmAFPN7Q
— Devlin Barrett (@DevlinBarrett) September 13, 2022
Brett Favre: Will the media find out that we're using welfare funds intended to help the poorest residents of America's poorest state to build a volleyball center?
— Adam Ganucheau (@GanucheauAdam) September 13, 2022
Following the news on Tuesday, Jenn Sterger took to social media to take shots at Favre over his latest scandal.
Back in 2008, when Sterger was a sideline reporter for the New York Jets, she accused Favre of sending her explicit text messages and pictures.
— Jennifer Sterger (@jennifersterger) September 13, 2022
I believe in redemption when people have: expressed remorse. Have done the work. And have taken that work out into the world to show you they learned something from it. Brett Favre has done none of that. I’m roadkill in his rear view..
— Jennifer Sterger (@jennifersterger) September 14, 2022
During an interview with NBC News last week, Favre’s lawyer Bud Holmes revealed that the former Packers QB had been questioned by the FBI in the years-long case that saw millions in missing welfare funds being misused but said that Favre has not been charged with anything.