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 says NFL Network Human Resources informed her she was sacked due to theft of clothing, but Cantor claims the real reason she was terminated was because she was "too old" at age 51, as she has witnessed the network "age out" other employees.
Cantor alleges that Weinberger sent her "several nude pictures of himself and sexually explicit texts".
Former NFL Network executive Eric Weinberger, who's since become the president of Bill Simmons's media group, and McNabb, a former NFL Network analyst who's since left for ESPN, are among those named in the suit.
The NFL Network has suspended multiple analysts pending an investigation..
Former Raider, 49ers among NFL analysts named in sexual harassment suit
"Also, while Plaintiff [Cantor] was working on set on a ladder, Mr. Davis grabbed Plaintiff's behind, slid his hand between Plaintiff's legs, and touched Plaintiff's privates, while saying, 'I can't handle your a** it is so luscious, '" the lawsuit read. TMZ reported that Cantor says she was "subjected to ongoing and continuing sexual harassment by current and former on-air talent".
The suit also claims Faulk pulled out his genitals in front of cantor. Weinberger is accused of pressing his crotch against Cantor and asking her to touch it while Weinberger was then an executive producer at the network.
Taylor is accused of sending inappropriate photos to her via text as well as a video of him masturbating in the shower.
All three players are now analysts with the network.
Cantor was sacked in October 2016 after falsely being accused of stealing clothing from one of the employees, even though a viewing of an internal video would have shown she took nothing, the suit states.