Report: Sterger to host party in Chicago
Jenn Sterger, the former New York Jets game-day hostess involved in the Brett Favre "sexting" scandal, will be back in the public eye in March when she hosts a party in Chicago, TMZ reported Tuesday.
Sterger, who has been laying low since allegations broke in October that Favre sent her lewd text, voice and photograph messages in 2008, will reportedly host a March Madness college basketball party to mark the grand opening of a bar on March 17.
Sterger claimed Favre sexually harassed her when both were with the Jets in 2008. The allegations were first reported by Deadspin.com, which published the messages and an alleged photo of the quarterback's privates.
Favre later admitted to leaving Sterger voice messages but denied sending her the photographs. The NFL fined the 41-year-old quarterback $50,000 in December for a lack of cooperation in its investigation, but did not determine that he violated the league's conduct policy.
TMZ reports Sterger will donate her hostess fee to Project Sunshine — a nonprofit organization that provides educational and social programs to children and families living with medical challenges.