Donovan McNabb SUSPENDED From ESPN After Sexual Misconduct Allegation

Add former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb to the infinite and growing list of accused sex fiends: a woman has filed a lawsuit accusing McNabb of sexual misconduct, according to reports. Subsequently, he was suspended from his gig as an ESPN sports commentator.

In a newly filed lawsuit, a woman says the married McNabb got super nasty in text messages, asking the woman if she was a “squirter”, adding that she “looked like the kind of girl that squirted when getting f*ck**”.

McNabb has been married to wife Raquel Nurse since 2003.

McNabb played 12 seasons in the NFL and officially retired as a Philadelphia Eagles–where he started his pro career–in 2013.

The retirement happened around the same time he was arrested for his first DUI in Arizona.

Speaking of arrests, McNabb recently said the Jacksonville Jaguars fan who hurled a water bottle at a Seattle Seahawks player’s head after Sunday’s game between the two teams should be arrested.

No charges have been filed yet. The NFL has also ruled out suspending any of the players involved in a massive brawl that broke out after a Seahawks player took a cheap shot at a Jaguar player’s leg.