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NFL Alumni Association CEO Joe Pisarcik gets sued by three women for sexual harassment after bragging about getting “happy endings.”
Former New York Giants quarterback and NFL Alumni Association CEO Joe Pisarcik is being sued by three women for sexual harassment.
The three women worked under Pisarcik at the NFLAA. They claim they he consistently subjected them to sexual harassment, including physical contact, lewd comments, and unwanted advances. The women say in the lawsuit that Pisarcik ruined a Christmas lunch by telling them a sex story that involved former NFL quarterback Joe Namath.
The former Giant quarterback allegedly told them that he and Namath picked up two ladies one night and received “happy endings,” according to TMZ.
The lawsuit also mentions Ron Jaworski because he’s on the NFLAA’s board of directors. Pisarcik would brag about how many girls Jaworski had been with, according to the women. The women also say they notified the NFLAA board about the incident in October of 2016 and checked back in December after nothing had been done.
Pisarcik played in the NFL for eight years before becoming an executive. He retired in April and two of the women say they were fired in May. They believe they were fired as retaliation for reporting Pisarcik.