Several current and former National Football League TV Network employees, including former players and a former executive producer, were accused of sexually harassing a female employee, Bloomberg reported, citing an amended complaint by the woman. Jami Cantor, a former wardrobe stylist at the network, claimed ex-players including Marshall Faulk, Ike Taylor and Heath Evans allegedly groped and made sexually explicit comments at her.

The lawsuit filed Monday against NFL Enterprises in Los Angeles Superior Court also named Eric Weinberger, the former executive producer at the NFL’s TV network. Cantor, who was fired in October 2016, said Weinberger sent “several nude pictures of himself and sexually explicit texts” and told her she was “put on earth to pleasure me.” In the complaint, she also alleges Weinberger pressed his crotch against her shoulder and asked her to touch it. 

While Faulk — an analyst with the network — would ask Cantor “deeply personal and invasive questions” about her sex life, Taylor sent Cantor “sexually inappropriate” pictures of himself and a video of him masturbating in the shower, Bloomberg reported, citing the filing.

Following the accusations, the network said in a statement that Faulk, Taylor, and Evans were suspended as an investigation is underway into the claims made by Cantor. 

Weinberger is now president of sports commentator Bill Simmons’s media group. Simmons has praised Weinberger in the past, saying that "He’s a talented guy with an impeccable reputation, someone who is uniquely equipped to help me build an innovative multimedia company from scratch." 

“I know from experience that you’re only as good as the people around you, and Eric is one of the very best,” Simmons said at the time of Weinberger’s hiring in 2015.

The sexual harassment allegation case was first filed by Cantor in October claiming she was wrongfully terminated and replaced by a woman 21 years younger. She mentioned sexual harassment by multiple individuals, but no names were reported. Laura Horton, a lawyer for Cantor, told Bloomberg: “It’s outrageous conduct and I fully intend to hold the NFL Network responsible.”

Cantor also claimed that she brought these allegations to a superior at the network named Marc Watts, but he did nothing and said, “It’s part of the job when you look the way you do,” according to the complaint. 

According to a December 1996 article in the Los Angeles Times Cantor once worked as a personal shopper at The Oaks Shopping Center in Thousand Oaks, California. Cantor graduated from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles and worked as an interior designer before joining the mall job. She also worked as the manager of an art gallery in Beverly Hills during the early 1990s.