NFL Network’s Warren Sapp Arrested for Soliciting Escorts
Arizona, the Super Bowl, Warren Sapp, and prostitutes are a bad mix.
What a Sapp!
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell must be losing his shit. Once again, an incident player misconduct has pushed the league into a scandal. Former Tampa Bay Buccaneer, Pro Football Hall of Famer and NFL Network talent Warren Sapp was arrested in Phoenix during Super Bowl week. Sapp is under arrest on charges of soliciting a prostitute and assault. TMZ Sports broke the news yesterday. Sapp was in town covering the Super Bowl. It’s been rough times for the ex-player. He’s been battling against allegations of bankruptcy and now he’s been fired by the NFL Network for his behavior and arrest.
What Happened in Phoenix?
Hours after the Patriots defeated the Seahawks, cops were called to respond to an argument between Warren Sapp and two females at a hotel. When the cops arrived, the females stated they were “escorts” and the argument with Sapp was over money. They further alleged that the argument turned physical and spilled out into the hallway. Sapp admitted his involvement in prostitution to the police, but denied assaulting the escorts.
Sapp played defensive tackle with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Oakland Raiders for twelve years. He could face jail time if he’s convicted of the charges. Warren, it’s never a good idea to assault hookers. Instead, one should handle their business, pay their money, and go straight to a doctor’s office to get themselves examined.