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Favre will have to testify over sexting allegations

It turns out Brett Favre still has some explaining to do. The former Vikings quarterback has been ordered to testify in court about sexually-suggestive text messages he allegedly sent to two massage therapists in 2008, when he was with the Jets.
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It turns out Brett Favre still has some explaining to do. The former Vikings quarterback has been ordered to testify in court about sexually-suggestive text messages he allegedly sent to two massage therapists in 2008, when he was with the Jets.

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