Former Pro Football Player, Warren Sapp, Arrested For Soliciting Prostitutes And Assault

Posted By Law Offices of Robert M. Bernstein || 9-Feb-2015

Warren Sapp, 42, former NFL defensive tackle and pro football hall of famer, was arrested for soliciting prostitution and assault while in Arizona for the NFL title game as an analyst for the NFL Network. Police officers were investigating a noise complaint at a Downtown hotel, when a female contacted police to report that she had been assaulted.

The incident occurred in a guest room, after she and another woman were hired in the hotel lobby as escorts. Once in the guest room, an argument broke out over money and a physical altercation ensued, spilling out into the hallway of the hotel. Sapp was questioned by authorities, and admitted involvement in the act of prostitution but denied assaulting the female escorts. Both of the female escorts sustained minor injuries consistent with a struggle, observed by investigators.

Sapp was arrested and booked on charges of soliciting prostitution and two counts of assault.

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