Warren Sapp used to make his money by collecting sacks.
Now, he’s saving some money after allegedly throwing a couple of working girls out of the sack.
According to TMZ, the former Buccaneers/Hall of Fame defensive tackle has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge, resolving his arrest on prostitution and assault charges in Phoenix during Super Bowl week.
The report says that Sapp will plead guilty to one count of solicitation and one count of assault. To resolve the charges, he has to complete a pair of counseling programs, the “Prostitution Solicitation Diversion Program” as well as an anger management course.
He has apparently already completed the prostitution course (which would lead to the charge being dropped), and is working on completing the other counseling program now.
Sapp has also been ordered to pay restitution to each of the two prostitutes, $150 to one and $1,171.24 to the other.
Considering the fight broke out after Sapp thought he had agreed to terms for $300 for each of them — before everybody got naked — and then an argument erupted, that’s a stiff fine.
But considering he has already lost his job over the sordid affair, cutting this deal might allow him to clear his name soon.
Such that anyone’s ever going to forget this one.