Brett Favre, the former NFL quarterback, is facing allegations of withholding text messages in the Mississippi welfare case.
New reports suggest that Favre did not disclose certain text messages that could have been crucial to the case.
The Mississippi Department of Human Services (MDHS) has filed a 14-page document accusing Favre of failing to cooperate with their requests for text message evidence.
The MDHS claims that although Favre’s name appeared as a sender or recipient in the text messages, he objected to their authenticity and refused to confirm their validity.
The MDHS claims, “despite being identified as the sender or recipient on the face of these text messages, Favre objected and claimed he could not verify many of these text messages’ authenticity.”
NEW on @FOS: Attorneys for Mississippi welfare agency (again) seeks text messages from Brett Favre, one more than 40 defendants in the civil case.
“Favre has failed to answer any of this discovery.” https://t.co/qpVdf429No
— A.J. Perez (@byajperez) August 21, 2023
It is also alleged that Favre did not share text messages with other defendants, despite specific requests from the MDHS.
These are currently just allegations as Favre navigates the legal process of the welfare case in Mississippi.
The initial accusations arose when Favre was accused of accepting $1.1 million for speaking engagements that he did not fulfill. The case has become increasingly complex, with many unanswered questions.
The recent allegations of withheld text messages add another layer of intrigue to the situation.
The extent of Favre’s unrevealed text messages remains unknown, leaving room for further updates and developments in the case.
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