A former NFL Network employee has accused Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor of sexual harassment and is suing NFL Enterprises, Bloomberg reports.
All three analysts have been suspended, the report states.
Jami Cantor, a former wardrobe stylist at NFL Network, alleges that Faulk and Evans, both former NFL players, along with ex-network executive Eric Weinberger and other employees groped her and made sexually explicit comments toward her, according to the report.
Former network analyst Donovan McNabb is also named in the suit, accused of sending explicit text messages.
The report states that Taylor sent Cantor “sexually inappropriate” pictures of himself and a video of himself masturbating, while Faulk asked “deeply personal and invasive questions” and fondled her breasts.
Weinberger, who is currently president of Bill Simmons’s media group, is accused of sending nude pictures and explicit texts along with telling Cantor she was “put on earth to pleasure me.”
Details about the complaint against Evans are not included in the report.
Bloomberg states that it has not received comment in attempts to contact Faulk, Evans, Taylor, McNabb and Weinberger.
Cantor first filed the complaint in October, citing wrongful termination. Details emerged in an amendment filed Monday.
Laura Horton, a lawyer for Cantor, spoke with Bloomberg about the case. “It’s outrageous conduct, and I fully intend to hold the NFL Network responsible,” she said.
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