Jamie Naughright, the ex-University of Tennessee athletic trainer who sued Peyton Manning over an incident that occurred in 1996 (when he was still a student there), sat down with Inside Edition. Footage from a 2003 deposition where Manning said he "mooned" a cross country runner and the trainer has surfaced, which you can watch up top.

"I briefly pulled down my pants to so-called ‘moon’ him," Manning says in the clip. "One second, one and a half seconds. Pulled my pants back up and continued with Jamie’s examination of the bottom of my foot."

In the interview Naughright says he's lying. Naughright's allegation (which was covered pretty extensively following last year's Super Bowl) asserts that a 19-year-old Manning "exposed himself" to her. Later, when she was deposed during her lawsuit, she stated that Manning dropped his pants and sat on her face before she pushed him away. Naughright sued Manning after his version of the event appeared in his autobiography. That's where this deposition comes in.

Anchor Deborah Norville said that Naughright was "inspired by the women who have come forward" with accusations against disgraced film exec. Harvey Weinstein. Though, in all honesty, besides actually seeing a clip of Manning, and hearing it from Naughright's mouth (instead of reading her allegations on paper, or reading Manning's transcript) I'm not 100 percent sure what's new here.

The episode is set to air on Monday evening.

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