Masseuse claims Brett Favre sexual harassment

Another woman has come forward with sexual harassment allegations against Brett Favre.

The other cleat just dropped.

Today, on Brett Favre's birthday of all days, The New York Post published allegations of a second woman claiming lewd sexual harassment by the Vikings quarterback.

"He was looking at me like I was a hanging slab of meat," the woman was quoted as saying.

This latest allegation comes from a masseuse who worked for the Jets during training camp, and follows a week that saw sexting photos of Brett Favre's penis splashed across the internet.

According to the New York Post:

The woman confessed to her husband immediately about the unwanted flurry of attention.

But the star quarterback allegedly contacted her the next day -- the first in a seamy stream of phone calls, "e-mails and texts from Favre saying, 'Why don't you and your friend come over . . . I have all these bad intentions. " according to her furious husband.

"I called Favre back myself," the hubby said. "I was looking for an apology."

But he didn't get one. "I feel like this guy tried to screw my [expletive] family," the husband said. "He's a [expletive] scumbag."

A Jets source confirmed the two women were among 17 people hired to massage Jets players over two days of their 2008 training camp at Hofstra University.

Their names were passed along to the NFL.

This will only add to the NFL's investigation into Favre's sexual conduct and be a further distraction to him heading into Monday's game against the Jets.


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