New information has surfaced via a recently released police report regarding the case of former television sports analyst, Warren Sapp (pictured), who was arrested earlier this month and charged with soliciting prostitutes and two counts of assault, according to the Arizona Republic.
The Pro Football Hall of Famer, who also got fired from his NFL network analyst gig he’s held since 2008, reportedly told Phoenix authorities he paid two women $300 each to perform sex acts on him. The police report states that Sapp met the pair of Las Vegas club strippers, a 23 and 34-year-old at a hotel bar in downtown Phoenix. The trio struck up a conversation and Sapp reportedly asked the duo to accompany him back to his hotel room according to the Arizona Republic.
The unidentified women danced for Sapp as he showered them with $100 bills. The former gridiron player also reportedly told authorities that he recorded the sexual escapades on his cell.
Sapp went on to divulge to police that the younger woman performed oral sex on him while her counterpart hid in the restroom, according to the news site. The older escort did not come out of the bathroom until she heard Sapp arguing with her partner. He allegedly admitted the yelling stemmed from the fact that he refused to pay additional monies for intercourse.
The Arizona Republic states that one of the women accused Sapp of grabbing her by the arm and flinging her out of the room and into her partner with such force that both women went tumbling down to the floor. “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, states the Arizona Republic.
Sapp is scheduled to appear in court on Monday.