Minnesota Vikings Quarterback Brett Farve has been sued for sexual harassment yet again, reports say. According to the suit filed against Favre, the 41 year-old athlete allegedly made repeated sexual advances stemming back to his time as a Jet in 2008. A lawyer for Christina Scavo and Shannon O'Toole, the two female massage therapists named in the suit, claims that Favre "was propositioning my client and another massage therapist repeatedly," as well as sending "rude" and "arrogant" text messages. Favre is no stranger to scandal—in fact, the latter half of his career has been dogged by it. Last year, a woman by the name of Jenn Steger made similar claims against Favre(who was fined for failing to co-operate with probe into those claims). Given his amazing accomplishments on the field, it is a shame that Farve's personal indiscretions have been getting far more attention as of late. As he finishes what many believe will be his final season of pro-Football, Favre's legacy is up in the air.