Christina Scavo and Shannon O'Toole, two massage therapists for the New York Jets, filed a lawsuit on Monday against Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre for sexual harassment. The women also sued Lisa Ripi, the woman in charge of hiring massage therapists for the team.
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In the suit, Scavo alleges that Favre sent text messages to another unidentified massage therapist, asking Scavo and the unidentified woman to "get together" with Favre.
Scavo said that in 2008 while Favre was with the New York Jets, he treated her like a "hanging slab of meat." In the suit she claims he wanted a three-way with her and another therapist.
According to the lawsuit, Scavos' husband confronted Favre and asked for an apology:
Scavo's husband said he confronted the quarterback to stop soliciting his wife and asked for an apology, but Favre "responded in an inappropriate manner and refused," according to the lawsuit.
The NFL recently fined Favre $50,000 for his lack of cooperation in the league's investigation of allegations that he sent a former Jets hostess racy voicemails and naked photos while they both worked for the Jets in 2008.