According to a report in today's St. Paul Pioneer Press, former Jets employee Jenn Sterger met with NFL security officials yesterday only after failing to hear from Brett Favre's representatives about a possible financial settlement.
Favre allegedly sent inappropriate text messages and pictures to Sterger when he played for the Jets in 2008. Sterger was a game day host that season.
The paper reported last month that Sterger would decline the league's interview request if she and Favre reached a financial settlement that would prevent her from any potential legal action against Favre. But the Pioneer Press reports the quarterback never contacted Sterger about any settlement.
Sterger, her attorney, Joseph Conway, and manager, Phil Reese, met with NFL security chief Milt Ahlerich on Thursday, according to Conway and Reese. Conway said the meeting was held in Manhattan and lasted at least three hours.
"We cooperated with the NFL, and we provided whatever materials necessary that we had," Conway said. "We are now awaiting the NFL's investigation."