Over the summer, Deadspin editor A.J. Daulerio claimed that football enthusiast Brett Favre sent a series of creepy phone and text messages to model and former Jets in-house sideline reporter Jenn Sterger, including NSFW ones of his penis. But Sterger refused to talk about it on the record, so the allegations were never proven, and Daulerio was given a lot of flack for his post. But now he claims he's got some proof. And it's gross.

Deadspin published a two minute video with several bits of evidence acquired by a "third party." Included in the video are several bits of voice messages and pictures of a penis which Favre supposedly sent Sterger. Daulerio admits it's possible the person sending all these messages was not Favre, but argues that he must have been trying really, really hard to seem like him. If it is true, then perhaps the most amusing bit of information is that Favre reached out to Sterger on MySpace, using the name "Screaming Lord Byron," which is an alias of David Bowie's from his 1984 "Blue Jean" music video. At a press conference yesterday, a reporter asked him about the allegations: "I'm not getting into that. I've got my hands full with the Jets."

You can watch the video here, but you've been warned.