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Jenn Sterger opens up about Brett Favre sexting scandal on 'Good Morning America'; is a tell-all book next? [poll]

April 12, 2011 |  7:12 pm

Jenn Sterger's "Good Morning America" interview on her Brett Favre sexting scandal has been enlightening (the second segment airs Wednesday). But the TV host is mum about her next move. Is there a tell-all book in her future? Or maybe a reality show?

Sterger, who says she just wants her life back, asked "GMA's" George Stephanoupolos, "How are you supposed to report on the news, when you are the news?"

She also adamantly denies selling the story and photos for money, claiming that a Deadspin.com blogger paid a third party for copies of the alleged text messages, voicemails and hardcore photos from Favre.

“I haven’t made a dime off anything in this whole situation. Not from the pictures, not from Favre. That was never an intention of mine.”

But will she? Just last month she filed a lawsuit against her manager, Phillip Reese, asking the judge to invalidate their book deal and force him to return copies of texts and emails from Favre. Does this mean she has a bigger deal in the works, or is she dropping the scandal all together? Talk about a lot of drama over a guy she hasn't even met yet.

 

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— Emily Christianson

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