Can Brett keep it in his pants? Apparently not. Yet another massage therapist has come forward and said that he sexually harassed her. SHOCKER!

The nydailynews.com is reporting today that he sent a massage therapist, Stephanie Dusenberry,  inappropriate text messages in September, just a few weeks after news of the first text messages in 2008 to TV personality, Jenn Sterger, surfaced.

Deadspin editor A.J. Daulerio wrote that Dusenberry contacted the site on Jan. 4 and said that she wanted to tell her story because she was concerned about the NFL's "light punishment" of Favre. Commissioner Roger Goodell said there was no evidence that Favre had violated the NFL's personal conduct policy, but fined him $50,000 for failing to cooperate with the league.

Deadspin said Dusenberry had worked for the Vikings in 2006 and 2007, then left to start her own business. She continued to treat Vikings players. She told the website that Favre got her number from another player. She says that in one message, he asked her to stop by his home because his wife was away. "You don't know what it's like to not be touched by a woman in three weeks," he allegedly wrote.

Dusenberry reported the text messages from Favre to Eden Prairie, Minn., police, but she says the police told her that Favre had not broken any laws, so there was little they could do.

An NFL spokesman declined comment. Favre filed retirement papers with the league earlier this week.