Tag:Aundrae Allison
Posted on: January 18, 2011 4:09 pm

Another masseuse emerges with Favre texting claim

Posted by Will Brinson

Brett Favre hasn't technically retired (just yet), so it's still news when a(nother) masseuse comes forward with claims about awkward texts from the Minnesota quarterback.

And, according to Deadspin.com, that's exactly what happened -- Stephanie Dusenberry reached out to the website (they have her typo-riddled email here as well as a very NSFW picture of a man posing naked in a mirror) to alert them that she received texts from a "Hattisburg.MS" number and eventually called the Eden Prairie police because she felt harassed.

She told Deadspin during phone conversations that "she had problems both in session and out of session with former Vikings defensive back Dwight Smith, wide receiver Aundrae Allison, and back-up running back Albert Young."

Young is (allegedly) the man in the NSFW photo that was (allegedly) texted to Dusenberry.

Awkwardly Dusenberry didn't save the text messages, but told Deadspin she is seeking to obtain the call logs. There's some significant disparity between Dusenberry's claim that she and Jerrad Biggar of the Eden Prairie police department had a conversation "explicitly about Brett Favre" -- Biggar told Deadspin that he "remembers having a conversation with a Vikings massage therapist this fall, but doesn't recall Dusenberry's name or any mention of Favre."

Bus Cook, Favre's agent, didn't return a call for comment on the situation and Greg Aiello, NFL spokesman seemed short with his comment to Deadspin as well.

"I haven't heard anything about this, won't comment on it, don't plan on looking into it at this time, and probably won't comment on it until necessary," Aiello said.

Obviously, any new news about Favre isn't exactly the NFL's concern if he's retired. But the possibility of an additional scandal breaking out in Minnesota (relating to "bizarre" sexual activity by members of the Vikings) certainly can't be palpable.

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