It’s no secret, professional athletes get it in. Their money and status gives them access to a broad selection of women, but sometimes, things just don’t go as planned. Two weeks after former NBA star and CBS analyst Greg Anthony was busted for soliciting a prostitute in Washington, DC, former NFL star and NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp was busted for a the same kind of infraction hours after the Super Bowl in Arizona.
Warren Sapp was arrested in an Arizona hotel room after soliciting and assaulting a prostitute. Sapp told police that he met the two women, (23 and 34 years old) at the bar in his hotel. He reportedly offered the women $300 a piece for oral sex. The women then went to Sapp’s room with him and performed oral sex on him while he recorded on his cell phone.
However, an argument ensued after the 23-year-old asked Sapp for the money that he promised. Sapp refused and a fight broke out between him and the jilted prostitute. Ater that, she called the police on Sapp and he was arrested. The woman told police, “I do what I do, but that doesn’t give him the right to put his hands on me.”
Sapp is due in court in Arizona on Monday according to reports. If found guilty, he faces a potential six months in a jail cell for the transgression. Warren Sapp is a former Super Bowl champion from his time on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and is was recently inducted into the Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.