With Marshall Faulk Accuser
9/6/2018 12:40 PM PDT
The NFL Network has reached a settlement with the former wardrobe stylist who claimed she was sexually harassed by several high profile network stars including Marshall Faulk.
As we previously reported, Jami Cantor sued the network in 2017 claiming she was “subjected to ongoing and continuing sexual harassment by current and former on-air talent.”
Among those mentioned in her suit … Faulk, Warren Sapp, Ike Taylor, Donovan McNabb, Heath Evans and Eric Davis.
The allegations were graphic — Cantor claimed Faulk pulled out his genitals in front of her and asked invasive questions. She claimed some of the other men sent her sexually explicit text messages and penis pics.
In her suit, Cantor claims she complained to NFL Network execs but nothing was ever done. Instead, Cantor claims she was fired in 2016 and replaced with a much younger woman.
The network suspended Faulk, Taylor and Evans in wake of the lawsuit … and McNabb and Davis were fired from their gigs with ESPN.
NFL Network had previously filed legal docs denying wrongdoing and suggesting Cantor consented to the misconduct … but now, new court docs show NFL Network reached a settlement deal with Cantor and the case will be dropped.
The details of the settlement were not disclosed in the document. We reached out to NFL Network — but a rep declined comment.