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Jenn Sterger to break her silence

Jenn Sterger hired a Long Island law firm

Jenn Sterger hired a Long Island law firm to represent her as allegations swirl about texts reportedly sent to her by former Jets quarterback Brett Favre. (Sept. 14, 2010) Photo Credit: AP

Jenn Sterger will break her silence this week about her involvement with former Jets quarterback Brett Favre. 

Sterger, the former Jets' game day host who accused Favre of sending explicit text messages and photographs when he was the team's quarterback in 2008, will appear on Tuesday and Wednesday on Good Morning America, according to USA Today media reporter Michael McCarthy. 

The NFL investigated the Favre-Sterger relationship after reports of the texts surfaced last year on the website Deadspin.com. Favre was fined $50,000 in December for not cooperating with NFL investigators, but he was not suspended under the league's personal conduct policy. 

ABC spokeswoman Alyssa Apple confirmed to McCarthy that Sterger will appear with GMA co-host George Stephanopoulos on Good Morning America morning show this week. The two-part interview will air Tuesday and Wednesday.

Steger hasn't spoken publicly about her relationship with Favre. The quarterback has since announced his retirement from the Vikings. 

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