Report: Former NFL Player Warren Sapp Paid 2 Women $600 for Sex Acts

Warren Sapp in 2013
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Warren Sapp in 2013
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Details of Warren Sapp's alleged encounter with a prostitute during Super Bowl weekend are starting to trickle out, and according to reports, the Hall of Famer paid some $600 for oral sex, which he allegedly taped using his cellphone camera.

According to the Arizona Republic, Sapp was arrested Feb. 2 and charged with soliciting a prostitute and two counts of assault after hotel guests called police. Sapp was in Phoenix working as an analyst for the NFL Network to cover the Super Bowl, a job he immediately lost as news of his arrest became public.

Sapp, 42, was charged with assaulting two women, one of whom, a 23-year-old, has been charged with prostitution. According to the police report viewed by the Arizona Republic, a 34-year-old woman was cited for not registering as an escort with the state.      


Both women claim to be dancers at a Las Vegas strip club, and noted that they went to the Renaissance Hotel in Phoenix to meet Sapp. According to the police report viewed by the Republic, Sapp claims that he paid both women $300 for sexual acts. The 24-year-old woman reportedly gave Sapp oral sex, which he recorded on his cellphone and reportedly showed to police.

According to the Republic, the 34-year-old woman reportedly asked for more money for sex and became loud when Sapp refused. An argument ensued, and the police report, as viewed by the Republic, indicates that Sapp "told her several times that she needed to leave, but she was irate. At one point, she used Warren's phone to call security to his room."

The woman claimed that as she was collecting her belongings, Sapp grabbed her by the arm and threw her into the hallway, the Republic reports.

"I do what I do, but that doesn't give him the right to put his hands on me," the 23-year-old told police, according to the report viewed by the Republic.

Read more at the Arizona Republic.

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