Twitter Sounds Off After NFL Network, ESPN Suspends Former Football Stars

Twitter Sounds Off After NFL Network, ESPN Suspends Former Football Stars

Twitter Sounds Off After NFL Network, ESPN Suspends Former Football Stars

According to Bloomberg, she first filed a wrongful termination suit in October 2017 after she was sacked and replaced by a 30-year-old. The NFL Network suspended Evans and Taylor, and Weinberger's current media properties have suspended him as well.

Cantor initially filed a complaint against the network back in October, alleging sexual harassment from multiple employees.

Chicago native Donovan McNabb, who now works at ESPN Radio, is alleged to have sent Cantor explicit texts during his time at NFL Network. None of the ddefendants have addressed the allegations at this time.

Cantor's initial suit claimed wrongful termination following her firing from the network in 2016.

"We are investigating, and McNabb and Davis will not appear on our networks as that investigation proceeds", ESPN spokesman Josh Krulewitz said Tuesday. He previously worked at NFL Network in 2012 and 2013 before moving to FS1. It also alleges the "aggressive" Faulk invited Cantor to his hotel room, pulled out his genitals in front of her and pinned her to a wall, demanding oral sex.

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Cantor also claims that McNabb sent text messages to her asking if "she was a squirter", while Taylor allegedly sent her a nude video of himself "masturbating in the shower". Cantor also accused Weinberger of telling her that she "was put on earth to pleasure (him)", adding that he once pressed his crotch against her shoulder and asked her to touch it. Saying instead, "It's part of the job when you look the way you do".

According to Bloomberg's outline of the complaint, Faulk is accused of fondling Cantor's breasts and buttocks, in addition to asking her "deeply personal and invasive questions" about her sex life.

The allegations include groping, sending inappropriate pictures and making sexually explicit comments. Evans played for the Patriots from 2005 to 2009.

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneer Sapp, who was sacked in 2015 after allegedly soliciting a prostitute, allegedly entered a bathroom Cantor was inside preparing a wardrobe and urinated in front of her, with the comment, "Sorry mama, but your office shouldn't be our sh-tter", according to the suit. Instead of addressing her complaints, Heavy claims the National Football League made it worse "by increasing her workload and cutting her hours".

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