4 former NFL stars accused of allegedly sexual assault


Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk, former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb, former Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor and former journeyman fullback Heath Evans all allegedly sexually harassed a former NFL Network female employee, according to an amended complaint published by Deadspin.

Faulk, Taylor and Evans are all current NFL Network analysts and have been suspended by the network pending an investigation into the accusations, according to Bloomberg. McNabb no longer works for NFL Network.
Jami Cantor, who worked as a wardrobe stylist for NFL Network before she was fired in October 2016, alleges Faulk invited her to his hotel room and stroked and pulled out his genitals in front of her, before pinning her against the wall, demanding oral sex while he pulled his pants down.

Cantor alleges Faulk also frequently groped her breasts and fondled her from behind and asked “deeply personal and invasive questions” about her sex life, such as her favorite sex position, would she consider dating black men and if she likes oral sex, among others.

McNabb, who joined NFL Network as an analyst in 2012 before leaving for Fox and later beIN Sports, allegedly sent Cantor sexually explicit messages and comments during his time at NFL Network.

Taylor allegedly sent Cantor a video of him masturbating in the shower as well as other “sexually inappropriate” pictures of himself.

Evans allegedly sent Cantor nude photos of himself on two separate occasions. He also allegedly insisted Cantor should have sex with him.

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.”

Cantor also alleges Weinberger would at times press his crotch against her shoulders and ask her to touch it. The former NFL Network executive also allegedly made several lewd comments, such as telling Cantor she is “making him hard” and she “should be getting f—ed every day.”

Weinberger is now the president of renowned sports personality Bill Simmons’ media group.

The disturbing allegations comes after a wave of high-profile men in entertainment and politics have been accused of sexual harassment, including Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Matt Lauer and Roy Moore, among others.

NewYork Daily News


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