Brett Favre's Massage Therapist Breaks Her Silence
INSIDE EDITION talks exclusively to the massage therapist at the center of the Brett Favre texting scandal who is breaking her silence about the NFL player's indecent proposal.
She's the 27-year-old massage therapist at the center of the Brett Favre sexting scandal.
Amanda Oswald made headlines when she claimed she was propositioned by the football star, and now for the first time, she's breaking her silence in this INSIDE EDITION exclusive.
"It was definitely inappropriate," said Oswald.
Oswald and her friend, Chrissy Scavo, were hired to give Brett Favre a massage when he was playing for the New York Jets. As Oswald worked on him, she says Favre made small talk.
"He was asking me if I did housecalls, that he would be in New York for a while and may want a massage," said Oswald.
INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent asked, "Did it seem to you that he was being professional or flirtatious?"
"It was professional at the time," said Oswald.
But two days later, Oswald says Favre texted her with an indecent proposal.
Oswald explains, "It said, Brett here. Do you and Chrissie want to get together? I'm all alone. I guess I have bad intentions."
Trent asked, "What did you think that meant?"
Oswald answered, "My interpretation at the time was that he was interested in having a threesome with my friend and I. I responded that I'm strictly professional if you would like a professional massage, please give me a call, I'd be happy to help you. And his response back was, 'Ok,' and that was the last I heard from him."
Oswald's friend, Scavo, is now suing Favre and the Jets for sexual harassment.
In December, Favre was fined $50,000 after Jets employee Jenn Sterger complained that he pursued her; leaving suggestive voicemails like this one:
"Give me a text. I'd love to see you tonight. All right, talk to you later. Bye."
Through it all, Brett Favre's wife of 15 years, Deanna, has stood by him.
As for Oswald? She said, "I think he's deplorable. I feel very sorry for his family."
Oswald has said, while she thought the text she received was inappropriate, she didn't consider it harrassment.
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