By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to reports, the NFL Network has suspended three of its analysts on Monday night. According to Bloomberg, the company suspended the three after ‘groping and making sexually explicit comments’ were made to a former colleague.
Marshall Faulk is the biggest name of the three, which also includes Ike Taylor and Heath Evans. They will be suspended until the investigation is completed.
A tweet from Bloomberg’s Scott Soshnick, Warren Sapp, and Donovan McNabb is also being accused by the former executive.
“The allegations against the retired players and Eric Weinberger, who’s now president of sports commentator Bill Simmons’s media group, are part of a lawsuit against NFL Enterprises in Los Angeles Superior Court,” Bloomberg reported. “The amended complaint filed Monday detailed specific acts of harassment by several individuals, who aren’t named as defendants.”
Jami Cantor is the alleged victim of this sexual assault complaints. Canter was a wardrobe stylist at the NFL Network, who says Weinberger and others sent nude photos and texts to her, up until she was fired in October 2016. She also alleges “she was put on earth to pleasure me.”
Canter initially filed this complaint in October in Los Angeles Superior Court. She alleges that Faulk groped her breasts and fondled her from behind. She also said he would ask her about her sex life.
McNabb, who was an NFL Network analyst in 2012, before going to Fox Sports, beIN Sports, before current working at ESPN, reportedly sent her explicit messages. Taylor reportedly sent her a video of him masturbating in the shower, along with sexual photos.
Evans also allegedly groped her and made sexual comments against her.
“They would touch her butt, breasts, point to their private parts in front of her,” the suit alleges.
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