As expected, Packers cornerback Brandon Underwood won’t be charged with sexual assault.
As not previously contemplated, Underwood could be charged with solicitation of prostitution.
The latest report comes from Bill Michaels WTMJ in Milwaukee.
According to Michaels, Underwood met the two women who would later claim sexual assault at a “Gentleman’s Club” named Chubby’s. He allegedly solicited one or both to return to the condo where he and other members of the team were staying.
And so while an “encounter” between Underwood and one of the women was taking place, the other woman tried to rob him.
When the theft was discovered, the women were thrown out — and then they cried rape.
As previously reported, the women initially said they were assaulted by multiple players while being held down by other players. Then, they changed their story, claiming that Underwood assaulted them.
If Underwood ultimately is convicted of or pleads guilty to solicitation of prostitution, he likely would be disciplined by the league office, pursuant to the Personal Conduct Policy.