The sexual harassment assault allegations that swept Hollywood have now crept into football. News broke Monday Night that several prominent former players and current employees of NFL Network were accused of the same by Jami Cantor, a wardrobe stylist for the network.
Among the group named was Donovan McNabb, former star NFL quarterback and NFL Network analyst, currently co-hosting his ESPN radio show. He has been suspended by ESPN.
According to Deadspin, Cantor accused McNabb or repeatedly texting her lewd messages, including that of asking her if she was ‘squirter’, as well as telling her she ‘looked like the kind of girl that squirted when getting f*cked.’
According to the report, McNabb also texted Cantor to “CUM to dinner with me” and “why don’t you CUM over after work.”
Other accusations from Cantor against other employees include receiving nude photos and videos, uninvited sexually explicit comments, and sex toys, as well as groping and forced oral sex.
The 51-year-old was fired from the network in October in favor of a younger employee, prompting her to file for wrongful termination in which she made her accusations.