The way Sapp sees it, none of this was sexual harassment. Now a raft of sports stars have been hit with similar allegations.
Other ex-players named in the suit include Ike Taylor and Heath Evans, who along with Faulk were suspended by the NFL Network, as well as Donovan McNabb and Eric Davis, who now work for ESPN.
The NFL Network announced that it was conducting its own investigation into the allegations and that its three current employees were suspended with pay. The NFL has since confirmed that both McNabb and Davis, who each now hold positions as ESPN Radio analysts, have been suspended in light of the allegations against them.
"She wasn't in there; she had nothing to do with it", he said.
"I'm still trying to figure out where's the sexual harassment?" "Shining a spotlight on these claims is another step forward in achieving a respectful workplace for women". The lawsuit claims he "pressed his crotch" against Cantor's shoulder and "asked her to touch it".
'He also pinned Plaintiff against a wall, demanding oral sex while he pulled his trousers down'.
As for the allegations that he showed Cantor nude photos of women on his phone, Sapp explained that Cantor asked him about his model girlfriend, and when she did, he showed her pictures of her wearing bathing suits.
"I can't wait to start working with Eric", Simmons said in a statement reported by Deadline at the time.
She said when the network required her to work in the men's bathroom preparing clothes, Sapp also allegedly came in and urinated in front of her.
McCormick said later in the post: "Kudos to NFL Network for eventually removing this man from his position and for the actions they've taken this week". In court documents filed on December 11, Cantor details multiple incidents in which she says she was repeatedly subjected to everything from sexually explicit comments and unsolicited nude photos, to unwanted sexual advances, groping and receiving sex toys as gifts.
"These are very serious and disturbing allegations that we were made aware of today".
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