Former Raider, 49ers among National Football League analysts named in sexual harassment suit

Posted December 14, 2017

Cantor worked at NFL Network for a decade until she was sacked in October 2016.

The complaint alleges Weinberger sent "several nude pictures of himself and sexually explicit texts" and told Cantor she was "put on earth to pleasure me", while Taylor is said to have sent Cantor "sexually inappropriate" photos and a video of him masturbating in the shower.

Cantor's shocking allegations include claims of Faulk "stroking and pulling out his genitals in front of her", and also one incident of the former star running back allegedly pinning her against a wall, "demanding oral sex while he pulled his trousers down". Eric Weinberger, the former executive producer of the NFL Network, is the top exec named in the suit.

A day after it was announced that the team's QB Carson Wentz will be out for the rest of the season after tearing his ACL as he clinched the NFC East, former QB Donovan McNabb was suspended from his job at ESPN after being implicated in a sexual harassment scandal involving one woman and at least four other players.

"Marshall Faulk, Ike Taylor, and Heath Evans have been suspended from their duties at NFL Network pending an investigation into these allegations", said an NFL Network statement.

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Cantor's lawyer, Laura Horton, filed an amended complaint Monday to the original suit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court in October. Evans is alleged to have sent nude photos of himself. He previously worked at NFL Network in 2012 and 2013 before moving to FS1.

Davis allegedly told Cantor, "You look like a woman who knows what to do in bed".

In the lawsuit, Cantor claims she worked in wardrobe and makeup, as "Part of Plaintiff's job duties was to build a wardrobe closet so the on-air talent had clothes to wear on the National Football League shows".

The suit also alleges the network failed to reimburse her for money she spent buying clothing for individuals she was assigned to dress. The NFL Network suspended Evans and Taylor, and Weinberger's current media properties have suspended him as well.

"I think the progressive society that we are today, you might say why didn't this come out 20-30 years ago, I think it's all about timing". Evans played for the Patriots from 2005 to 2009. Cantor, who was sacked in October 2016, has also accused the network of wrongful termination.

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