Lawsuit alleges lewd conduct by Marshall Faulk, Ike Taylor and Heath Evans

3 NFL Network analysts suspended amid accusations of sexual harassment

3 NFL Network analysts suspended amid accusations of sexual harassment

Faulk, a New Orleans native; Ike Taylor, of Gretna; and Heath Evans, who played for the Saints during their 2009 Super Bowl run, have all been "suspended from their duties at NFL Network pending an investigation into these allegations", said NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy.

Cantor was sacked from NFL Network in October 2016 after another employee accused her of stealing clothing.

The lawsuit claims that Evans, McNabb, Taylor and Weinberger all sent Cantor sexually explicit and inappropriate text messages on separate occasions.

Cantor's alleges that Faulk, a Hall of Fame running back, asked "deeply personal" questions about her sex life, fondled her, and pulled down his trousers and demanded oral sex, according to the suit filed on Monday.

Faulk and Evans are still employed by the NFL Network, Weinberger has since left and now serves as the president of sports personality Bill Simmons's media group. McNabb has been taken off ESPN pending the NFL's investigation, the report states. Her claims were included in an amended lawsuit filed Monday, accusing NFL Network of sex and age discrimination related to Cantor's 2016 firing. NFL Network claims Cantor stole clothes.

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Taylor sent Cantor "sexually inappropriate" pictures of himself and a video of him masturbating in the shower, according to the filing.

The suit also said Cantor had complained of the harassment to Marc Watts, the NFL's talent coordinator, who allegedly failed to act, saying: "It's part of the job when you look the way you do".

The suit also alleges the network failed to reimburse her for money she spent buying clothing for individuals she was assigned to dress. Cantor also accused Weinberger of telling her that she "was put on earth to pleasure (him)", adding that he once pressed his crotch against her shoulder and asked her to touch it.

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneer Sapp, who was sacked in 2015 after allegedly soliciting a prostitute, allegedly entered a bathroom Cantor was inside preparing a wardrobe and urinated in front of her, with the comment, "Sorry mama, but your office shouldn't be our sh-tter", according to the suit.

Faulk, a San Diego State University star, played 12 seasons in the National Football League from 1994 to 2005, winning one Super Bowl with the then St. Louis Rams.

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