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Unemployed Jenn Sterger wants back into 'boys club' post-Favre scandal

For former Maxim and Playboy model Jenn Sterger, she says she's a victim in the Brett Favre scandal that has left her and her family scarred and left her without a job.
For former Maxim and Playboy model Jenn Sterger, she says she's a victim in the Brett Favre scandal that has left her and her family scarred and left her without a job.
via ABC.com/Good Morning America

Guess how much Jenn Sterger got paid for Brett Favre story? Not a dime. The New York Jets sideline reporter and former Maxim and Playboy model recently revealed hidden details behind the Brett Favre scandal including how the story originally broke and how it left her heartbroken and jobless.

HOW MUCH JENN STERGER GET PAID ON SCANDAL?

When the Brett Favre scandal broke in 2010, it was Jenn Sterger who said she'd been keeping mum since 2008 to protect her assets. After "consulting" with friends and family in the biz, Sterger said she was advised to keep silent on the Brett Favre racy messages if she wanted to "keep her job."

The story, which originally broke on Deadspin.com, was a leaked story and didn't reward Sterger with anything but heartbreak, she says, noting the story was published without her consent and she didn't make a dime from the deal.

JENN STERGER: UNEMPLOYED AFTER BRETT FAVRE SCANDAL

Jenn Sterger's been officially out of work since the end of October when her Versus network show, "The Daily Line" was canceled due to low ratings. In her interview with "Good Morning America," Sterger asked the question, "How are you supposed to report on the news when you are the news?"

SHE WAS AWARE OF RISKS WORKING IN "A BOYS CLUB"

After cooperating with the NFL and hearing about Favre's $50,000 fine for violating NFL conduct, Sterger says she knew what she was getting into working in sports, a so-called "boys club," she said.

STERGER: I'M READY TO GET BACK IN THE SADDLE

"It's something I love doing...I [want] to go back to work, to be happy," The Associated Press quoted Sterger as saying post-Brett Favre scandal. "To be able to get on the internet and not be bombarded with nasty headlines. For people to get a chance to see the real me..."

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