A police report released Wednesday has shed more light on the circumstances leading to the arrest this month of Pro Football Hall of Fame lineman Warren Sapp, who is facing charges of soliciting prostitution and two counts of assault in Phoenix Municipal Court.
Sapp, 42, of Hollywood, Fla., is accused of assaulting two women while forcing them out of his room at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Phoenix on Feb. 2.
One of his reported victims, age 23, is facing a prostitution charge. Another woman, age 34, who identified herself as the 23-year-old’s coworker, was cited for failure to register with the state as an escort, according to the report.
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