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NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp is proving to be a trash human being. Never forget that Sapp was arrested in 2015 in Arizona after he chased prostitutes down a hotel hallway naked. Sapp claimed that after paying the women some $600 for services, they wanted a tip, and Sapp ain’t out here tipping no prostitutes. He refused, and one of the working women reportedly snatched the former defensive lineman’s phone and took off running. A buck-naked Sapp chased after her because Warren Sapp ain’t about to lose his phone.

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Speed up to present day, and Sapp finds himself named in an NFL Network sexual-misconduct lawsuit by Jami Cantor, a former wardrobe stylist.

“Sapp stands accused of urinating in front of Cantor, talking openly about sexual experiences, showing her nude photos of women on his phone and giving her sex toys as Christmas gifts three years in a row,” Yahoo! Sports reports.

Sapp claims that he did not urinate in front of Cantor, and he took to The Andy Slater Show on 940 AM in Miami to tell his version of events.

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“I walked in [and] asked her to leave,” Sapp said, according to TMZ Sports. “She left. She yelled what she yelled through the door, talkin’ about that’s her office.”

Sapp explained, “This shitter can’t be your office.”

Cantor’s lawsuit claims that Sapp barged into the bathroom, took out his penis and began peeing while telling her: “Sorry, Mama, but your office shouldn’t be our shitter.”

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Sapp claims that isn’t true.

“I walked in that bathroom, but there’s no way I peed in front of her. I put that on my six kids. My three little girls and my three big boys—no way, no how.”

OK, fine. Maybe Sapp didn’t pee in front of Cantor, but he surely did give vibrators as gifts to the women who worked in makeup because that’s totally normal and work-appropriate.

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“The sex toys are little vibrators. Little toys for ladies that move around a little bit. It’s a little discreet way to carry your little thing around for the ladies.”

Sapp even tweeted a photo of said vibrator because he really doesn’t understand how any of this works.

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He claims that if Cantor had one, it must have been regifted to her from one of the women in makeup. Also, Sapp may want to rethink this defense strategy because he not only admitted to giving co-workers vibrators because he thought they were cute, but he also tweeted an image of said gifted vibrators because he’s trash.

But … but … but ... wait, there’s more.

Sapp then went on to say that he doesn’t believe that he sexually harassed anyone and doesn’t want that label put on him because he knows better than to “doo-doo where he eats.”

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“Ain’t no ‘me too’ on sexual harassment,” Sapp said. “Are you kidding me? No way. Uh-uh, sir. No. You’re not going to put that one on me. I was raised better than that. I don’t doo-doo where I eat. I’m not a dog, and I’m not that stupid.”

Read more at Yahoo! Sports and TMZ Sports.