LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Brandi Favre (photos below), Brett Favre’s sister, has been arrested in a meth bust; Brandi Favre has been charged with two felonies reports local police to news late Wednesday. Brett Favre has yet to comment about the matter.
Brandi Favre, 34, faces two felonies, reports Diamondhead, Mississippi Sgt. Abe Long Wednesday evening. Long reports that Brandi Favre was charged with manufacturing of methamphetamine and generation of hazardous waste. Brandi Favre was arrested early Wednesday with David Logan, Marty Grimes, Carl Wynn III and Alicia Kirkland inside a Diamondhead meth lab.
Grimes, Wynn, and Villa were all charged with the same two felonies. Lognan and Kirkland were charged with one felony each, sale of a controlled substance. Logan and Kirkland were allegedly found by arresting officers making purchases. Logan was also charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute.
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Following her arrest, Brandi Favre and the others were taken to Hancock County Barn for decontamination. Favre was ordered to remove her clothes and bath. During the arrests, as many as six residences had to be evacuated. Long tells the Sun Herald that arresting officers smelt smoke, fumes, and found meth cooking in a residential bathtub. Following decontamination, Brandi Favre was transported to lockup facilities in Bay St Louis.
Where is Brandi Favre now?
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Long tells the Sun Herald that Brandi Favre remains in custody; she and the other charged individuals will appear in Hancock County Justice Court tomorrow morning at 9 am.
Local news reports investigators were tipped off by a purchaser at a gas station entering town. That suspect then led them to the meth facility in Diamondhead.
Days ago, Brett Favre was named as a co-defendant by Christina Scavo and Shannon O’Toole. The women are also suing Jets and coordinator Lisa Ripi. The plaintiffs claim they got blackballed after reporting Brett Favre’s alleged conduct at the Jets. Lisa Ripi sent Scavo a reported series of emails in which Ripi called Favre a “pervert.”
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The lawsuit claims one Ripi email reads “There are ways to handle things in a professional manner and ways to be compensated not in public. … All this nonsense is unnecessary. For sure feel horrible that u had to go thru that w a pervert. … He was wrong on all counts…and we could have helped u a lot more at that time.” Gary H. Glaser, employment counsel to the Jets, calls the matter without merit.
In January, Roger Goodell said the NFL “could not conclude that [Brett] Favre violated league policies relating to workplace conduct” towards Playboy’s Jenn Sterger. Goodell did not find that Favre sent the material at issue to Sterger. “The forensic analysis could not establish that Favre sent the objectionable photographs to Sterger. The review found no evidence to contradict the statements of both Favre and Sterger that they never met in person, nor was there anything to suggest that Sterger engaged in any inappropriate conduct.”
Sterger has yet to indicate if she will sue Favre. Her father told news recently that the NFL’s decision was a “travesty for women” but that Jenn Sterger felt “vindicated”.