Former New York Jets television sideline reporter Jennifer Sterger spoke with Good Morning America on Monday, wrapping up a two-part interview which will air on Tuesday and Wednesday this week.
Sterger told GMA that all she wants is her "life back." She continued by reassuring us that she is "not a gold-digger," and that she "never made a dime" off the Brett Favre sexting scandal.
Sterger said she first met Favre personally after a Jets' official approached her and asked what she would say if Brett wanted to get her phone number. Sterger claims she replied, "I'd say that I like my job an awful lot. And I've been told I look remarkably like his wife."
Sterger says, after the photos and voicemails had been release, she found it difficult - understandably so - just to do her job. "I was trying to go to work," she says, "but how are you supposed to report on the news when you are the news? It was tough; it was embarrassing; it was humiliating."
The NFL did investigate the incident and Favre was fined $50,000 for refusing to cooperating with the investigation.
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