Billy Bob Thornton Show on Q TV

Billy is an actor and singer United States. He won the award for winning an Academy Award nomination in the film Sling Blade in 1996. In 1980, Thornton moved to Los Angeles. He is also the former husband of actress famous women, Angelina Jolie.

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Christina Scavo Picture

Brett Favre was hit with a sexual harassment lawsuit Monday from massage therapists Christina Scavo and Shannon O'Toole, just days after the conclusion of an NFL investigation into lewd text messages and explicit pictures allegedly sent to sideline reporter Jenn Sterger when she and Favre were both on the New York Jets payroll. The Minnesota Vikings quarterback on Sunday announced his retirement (again) from professional football, after not playing in the Vikings' game against the Detroit Lions.
Brett Favre is being sued by massage therapists Christina Scavo and Shannon O’Toole. Favre and the Jets team are being sued for sexual harassment, with Scavo and O’Toole claiming that Brett Favre propositioned them in text messages.The massage therapists also claim they were fired after repoprting the harassment. Watch the Today show video clip for more details about the Brett Favre lawsuit.
Christina Scavo and Shannon O’Toole filed suit against Favre, the New York Jets and Lisa Ripi, who hired the women to work for the team.Last week, Brett Favre was fined $50,000 by the NFL for failing to cooperate in the investigation of Jenn Sterger’s allegations that Favre sent inappropriate text messages and pictures.
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Tailhook Scandal

“The Navy confronts another ‘Tailgate’ ” is how the Baltimore Sun termed it, using the wrong term to describe the “Tailhook” scandal of sexual partying by Navy personnel back in 1991. Aubrey Sarvis, executive director of the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network, “which has advocated for gay service members,” told the Post, “There is no place for that type of frat-house behavior.” But even he couldn’t find evidence of a massive anti-homosexual conspiracy in the videos. “I don’t see any implications to transitioning to openly gay service for gays and lesbians,” he said.
It turns out the videos are from 2006 and 2007 and aired on the closed-circuit television system of the USS Enterprise. Always eager to find a gay angle to benefit the homosexual rights movement, the Post couldn’t find one here but nevertheless headlined its article, “Navy’s quick condemnation of Capt. Owen Honors wins praise of gay rights groups.” However, the paper added, “It is unlikely that the videos, which include several anti-gay slurs, will have any impact on the Pentagon’s efforts to allow gays and lesbians to serve openly.”
Perhaps that is because the videos were designed and accepted by crew members as harmless fun. They feature the ship’s then-No.2 officer, Capt. Owen Honors, saying, “This evening, all of you bleeding hearts … why don’t you just go ahead and hug yourselves for the next 20 minutes or so, because there’s a really good chance you’re gonna be offended.”
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