Report: Sterger set for TV interview
Jenn Sterger, the former New York Jets game-day hostess involved in the Brett Favre "sexting" scandal, will take part in her first interview on ABC's "Good Morning America" this week, a network spokesperson confirmed to USA Today Sunday.
The two-part interview will air on Tuesday and Wednesday, according to USA Today's report.
Sterger, 27, has maintained a low profile since October when the story broke that Favre had sent her lewd voice messages and photographs while both were working for the Jets in 2008.
Deadspin published the messages and an alleged photo of the quarterback's genitalia, which he allegedly sent to the former model.
Favre later admitted to leaving Sterger voice messages but denied sending her the photographs. The NFL fined the 41-year-old gunslinger $50,000 in December for a lack of cooperation in its investigation, but did not determine that he violated the league's conduct policy.
Sterger filed a lawsuit in March against her former manager Phil Reese for the return of materials related to the scandal, which were reportedly intended for use in a tell-all book.
Favre officially filed retirement papers with the NFL in January following the completion of his 20th year in the league.