MORE TROUBLE FOR BRETT FAVRE...TWO MASSAGE THERAPISTS CLAIM HE SENT THEM DIRTY TEXT MESSAGES
Two massage therapists are suing NFL quarterback Brett Favre and the New York Jets for firing them after they complained about messages Brett sent trying to arrange a hookup.
The lawsuit was filed just hours after Favre announced his retirement.
According to the lawsuit, the text exchange happened in 2008 during Favre's season with the Jets. Christina Scavo and Shannon O'Toole gave him massages during summer training camp.
After one session, a third therapist got a text from Favre hinting at a three-way with her and Scavo.
He allegedly wrote: "Brett here. You and Crissy want to get together? I'm all alone. Kinda of lonely tonight. I guess I have bad intentions."
The third therapist showed Scavo the message and she showed it to her husband. He called Favre and asked him to apologize, but Brett refused and "responded in an inappropriate manner."
Scavo and O'Toole were never asked back to work again.
This was all happening at the same time that Favre was accused by Jets sideline reporter Jenn Sterger of sending her text messages and pictures of his penis. The NFL fined Favre $50,000 for his actions.
No comment from Favre or his camp.