Brett Favre's Alleged Kinky Threesome Lands Him In Hot Water — He & New York Jets Being Sued!

The disgraced footballer's attempts to lure two of the team's massage therapists to his room for a threesome has resulted in a major lawsuit against the organization! Brett Favre's football career may be over, for the third time, but he is finding himself back in the news again for his alleged sexual-harassment against a slew of women involved with the New York Jets organization. The New York Post reports, "The Jets were hit with an explosive sexual-harassment lawsuit yesterday by two women who claim they were fired after one of them complained about sleazy text messages from former quarterback Brett Favre."

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The two women, Christina Scavo and Shannon O’Toole, claim in their suit that Christina was let go after she came forward with allegations Brett had solicited her for a threesome and Shannon was soon let go as Christina got her the job with the team.

Christina approached the organization after Brett began coming onto her in the summer of 2008 according to the suit. In one instance, Brett texted another team masseuse asking her and Christina for a threesome. “Brett here, you and crissy want to get together im all alone.” He followed this up a short while later with, “Kinda lonely tonight I guess I have bad intentions.”

Christina’s husband Joseph Scavo approached Brett after he learned of the text and claims Brett, “responded in an inappropriate manner and refused to apologize.”

Following this, Christina and Shannon were not asked back to work with the Jets. Their suit seeks an unspecified amount from both the Jets and Brett.

This all comes on the heels of Brett’s alleged lewd pictures, voicemails and texts to Jets sideline reporter Jenn Sterger. Jenn’s lawyer Joseph Conway said of the suit brought forward by Christina and Shannon, “Clearly they’re just as dissatisfied with the NFL’s decision as we are.”

What do you think HollywoodLifers? Should Brett and the Jets have to pay up for his alleged racy texts?

-Chris Spargo

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