Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk, former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb and other former NFL players have been accused of sexually harassing a former NFL Network female employee.
Jami Cantor, who worked as a wardrobe stylist for NFL Network before she was fired in October 2016, alleges Faulk groped her breasts and fondled her from behind. Cantor also claims the NFL Network analyst would ask her “deeply personal and invasive questions” about her sex life, according to Bloomberg.
McNabb, who joined NFL Network as an analyst in 2012 before leaving for Fox and later beIN Sports, allegedly sent Cantor explicit messages, according to Bloomberg.
Former Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor, also an analyst, allegedly sent Cantor a video of him masturbating in the shower as well as other “sexually inappropriate” pictures of himself, according to Bloomberg.
Former Steelers tight end Heath Evans, also an analyst, allegedly groped Cantor and made sexual comments, according to Bloomberg.
Faulk, Taylor and Evans have all been suspended by NFL Network pending an investigation into the accusations, according to Bloomberg.
Cantor also alleges she was sexually harassed by former NFL Network executive Eric Weinberger. Cantor claims Weinberger sent “several nude pictures of himself and sexually explicit texts” and told her she was “put on earth to pleasure me,” according to Bloomberg. Weinberger is now the president of renowned sports personality Bill Simmons’ media group.
Cantor first filed her suit against NFL Enterprises in Los Angeles Superior Court in October. While in the suit Cantor alleges she was sexually harassed by multiple individuals, no names were reported.
“They would touch her butt, breasts, point to their private parts in front of her,” the suit alleges, per NBC Los Angeles.
Faulk, who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2011, has become a mainstay on NFL Network’s pregame show alongside Kurt Warner, Deion Sanders and others.