Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon says the woman accusing him of sexual harassment and assault first sought $3 million to keep quiet about the allegations before filing a civil lawsuit in California, he told USA Today on Thursday.
Moon, 61, has admitted in multiple interviews to some of the claims made by Wendy Haskell, who worked 3 1/2 months as his personal assistant, but denied the majority of the suit’s allegations.
He says he received a letter via email on Nov. 18 that, according to Moon, stated: “If you don’t pay $3 million by Dec. 5, we’re going to go public with these allegations.”
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Lockhart, the league’s vice president of communications, told reporters outside counsel would handle the investigation.
“We just made the judgment that an outside firm is most appropriate,” Lockhart said, per The Charlotte Observer.
The league previously announced it would take over the probe of Richardson’s alleged behavior from the Panthers.
SI reported Sunday that Richardson, 81, created a hostile work environment by regularly making inappropriate contact with and comments to female employees. He also uttered a racial slur toward an African-American scout who has since left the organization, according to the report.
The former employees who settled with Richardson signed non-disclosure agreements forbidding them to discuss the agreements publicly, SI reported. The Observer reported Thursday that the
Richardson announced Sunday he would put the team up for sale at the end of the NFL season. He did not refer to the allegations in his statement. On Monday the team announced Richardson would end his day-to-day activities with the Panthers to focus on the sale of the franchise. Longtime team executive Tina Becker was chosen to replace Richardson and was named chief operating officer.