Jami Cantor – NFL Network, Stylist, Marshall Faulk

Update
ESPN has fired Donovan McNabb and Eric Davis after they were accused of sexual harassment by Jami Cantor.  In December, ESPN suspended McNabb and Davis indefinitely.  ESPN made the decision to part ways with the former NFL stars after conducting a thorough investigation.

Last month, Erin McParland, a woman who worked under Cantor, alleged that Davis and Michael Irvin made inappropriate advancements on her.  Cantor warned McParland about sexual harassment when she started working for the NFL Network.  “You’re new.  You’re pretty.  You’ll be targeted.  Be careful” Cantor explained.

Jami Cantor is the former NFL Network wardrobe stylist who accused Marshall Faulk, Eric Davis, Warren Sapp, Donovan McNabb, Heath Evans, Ike Taylor, Marc Watts and Eric Weinberger of sexual misconduct in a lawsuit filed in court on December 11, 2017. All the men in the suit are retired NFL players except Eric Weinberger, the president of The Ringer and Marc Watts, the NFL Network’s talent coordinator.  Prior to The Ringer, Weinberger was an executive producer for the NFL Network.


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Cantor worked at the NFL Network from 2006 to 2016.  She was fired after being accused of stealing clothes from a NFL Network analyst.  Cantor claims that Weinberger and the former NFL players turned analysts groped her and sent her inappropriate text messages and pictures.

Jami Cantor NFL Network Stylist Marshall Faulk
Jami Cantor NFL Network Stylist Marshall Faulk

Marshall Faulk, Ike Taylor and Heath Evans have been suspended pending an investigation.  Warren Sapp and Donovan McNabb no longer work for the NFL Network.

Read Jami Cantor’s full complaint:
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Cantor previously worked as a personal shopper at The Oaks Shopping Center in Thousand Oaks, California.

Jami Cantor NFL Network
Jami Cantor NFL Network
Cantor graduated from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles and managed an art gallery in Beverly Hills before becoming a personal shopper.  Cantor is a mother.  She grew up in Westlake Village, a community on the edge of Los Angeles County.

Jami Cantor NFL Network
Jami Cantor NFL Network
Jami claims that she was discriminated against by the NFL Network and the company didn’t pay her back for wardrobe pieces she bought with her personal credit card for employees.

Jami Cantor NFL Network
Jami Cantor NFL Network

The following tweet is from a former Fox Sports employee who isn’t surprised about Cantor’s accusations:

Marshall Faulk

Cantor claims that Marshall Faulk asked her deeply personal questions about her sex life on multiple occasions.  He allegedly asked her if she has ever been in a relationship with a black man and she claims that he grabbed her butt.

Eric Davis

A post shared by Eric Davis (@bmpnrun) on Jul 15, 2017 at 6:40pm PDT
Cantor claims that Eric Davis would come into her office and pretend he needed help with his clothes so he could grope her.  She also claims that he made several inappropriate comments including “You look like you would be an animal in the sheets.”

Ike Taylor

Ike Taylor
Ike Taylor
Jami claims that Ike Taylor sent her explicit pictures and videos.  You would think that professional athletes know better than that by now.

Heath Evans

A post shared by Heath Evans (@heathevans44) on Nov 17, 2017 at 8:51am PST
Cantor claims that Heath Evans sent her explicit photos like Ike Taylor.  It sounds like the former NFL players were telling each other about Cantor but she didn’t appreciate their actions.

Donovan McNabb

A post shared by Donovan McNabb (@super_5ive) on Nov 24, 2017 at 11:19am PST
Jami claims that Donovan McNabb texted her inappropriate messages including “CUM to dinner.” He also asked her explicit details about her sex life.

Warren Sapp

A post shared by Warren Sapp (@warrensapp) on Nov 11, 2017 at 7:33pm PST
Cantor claims that Warren Sapp gave her sex toys for Christmas multiple years in a row.  She also claims that he sent her pics of naked women that he had relations with.

Eric Weinberger

Eric Weinberger
Eric Weinberger
Cantor claims that Eric Weinberger sent her naked pictures and inappropriate text messages.  It will be interesting to see how The Ringer handles Cantor’s claims since he wasn’t employed by the company during the alleged misconduct.

Marc Watts

Marc Watts
Marc Watts
Marc Watts, a member of the NFL Network’s senior management, was also named in the lawsuit.  Cantor claims that Marc made inappropriate comments about her body and asked her personal questions about her sex life.

The case was originally filed in October claiming wrongful termination but was just amended to include the assault allegations.  The video below provides additional details:

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