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Brett Favre admits voice mails, denies photos

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Brett Favre says he's only half guilty

Brett Favre has admitted to leaving inappropriate voice mails for Jennifer Sterger but denies texting any photos.

Brett Favre says he's only half guiltyBrett Favre had a chat with NFL officials about the accusations made by sideline reporter Jennifer Sterger that he left her multiple sexual voice mails and texted her photos of his little quarterback while both were employed by the New York Jets.

If true, the Brett Favre sexting charges would constitute a very serious case of sexual harassment in the workplace.

According to NFL sources, Brett Favre told NFL vice president of security Milt Ahlerich that although he did, in fact, leave the voice mails for Sterger, he denied texting any lewd photos.

Sterger allegedly has in her possession cell phone pics of Favre's Wisconsin cheddar, in which a watch he's been photographed wearing many times can be seen.

Meanwhile, Brett's wife Deanna Favre deftly stepped around the subject during a GMA appearance to promote her new book. Showing far fancier footwork than her husband has lately on the field, when asked about the situation Deanna said, "I can tell that you, um, faith -- you know, obviously I'm a woman of faith and faith has gotten me through many difficult struggles. It will get me through this one. That's the reason Shane [Stanford] and I wrote the book The Cure for the Chronic Life."

See how she turned it right back to her book? PR genius.

Meanwhile SNL got in their Brett Favre dig with their hilarious Wrangler jeans ad send-up: 

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