Brett Favre Named in Lawsuit
Milwaukee Free Press
A lawsuit was filed this morning in Milwaukee’s 7th District Court naming the current Minnesota Vikings quarterback, Brett Favre, in a civil suit for emotional diress. The lawsuit was filed late yesterday afternoon. The plintiff made himself unavailable for comment until this morning.
Donald Vincent Johansen, 28, of Yuwakee, (named after Packer legends Don Hudson and Vince Lombardi), was released last night from Sister’s of Mercy Hospital, following an attempted suicide, and attributes the reason for his emotional breakdown to the former Packer great. “I just couldn’t take it anymore” says Johansen, “He was an icon of Packer football for the majority of my life. I don’t care what the management did to him--he should have just retired”!
“Wisconsin has several Patriot Groups, and I’ll bet they’re all Packer fans.” Johansen continued by saying, “I hope this will inspire one or more of these groups to take action against the State of Minnesota”.
The 12 million dollar lawsuit is a mirrored reflection of the guaranteed salary for Brett Favre this year. Says Johansen, “For all I’ve suffered with that ungrateful traitor as a Viking (the hated rival of the Packers), he should have to pay me his salary for playing this year”.
There’s no saying how this story will end, or when it will reach a conclusion. With the exception of the 7th District Court being located in Milwaukee, the complete article is a fabrication. It is just a simple exercise in creative writing. Considering how serious people have been as of late, I thought I’d (hopefully) provide a chuckle or two before this weekend’s games.