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Ohio Woman Claims Not To Have Been Sexted by Brett Favre

Jan 3, 2011

TOLEDO, OH - In possibly the best news that the beleaguered Brett Favre has had in days, Irma Brooke, an accountant from Toledo, Ohio, has told eTrueSports that she has never received a sexual text message from the just retired, all-pro quarterback.

"I think by now a lot of people believe that he has sexted or bedded every woman in America who is not his wife, but that's not true," Brooke says.
 
"In fact, I don't think he's slept with anybody on my whole block."
 

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Jan 7, 2011 2:10 PM
Blake
No one named Irma has ever been sexted ...
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