More legal trouble possible for Warren Sapp

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Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp, who lost his job at NFL Network after a Super Bowl soiree gone sour at his hotel room, now has a new potential legal mess on his hands.

Via TMZ, Sapp faces an accusation of domestic violence in Las Vegas. He is accused of assaulting a woman during an altercation at a Las Vegas casino on April 28.

Per the report, Sapp has not yet been arrested or charged. The woman has met with police, and she reportedly suffered minor injuries.

Sapp spent nine seasons with the Buccaneers and four with the Raiders in a career that began in 1995.

45 responses to “More legal trouble possible for Warren Sapp

  1. Has anything good ever happened to an NFL player in Vegas?

    Why do they keep on going there?

    It sucks your money with the gaming and all the other crap you do outside of betting

  2. Say what you want about Warren Sapp the man but Warren Sapp the player was a monster. Ask Favre about Sapp, ask Tony Dungy or Derrick Brooks about Sapp, ask all those centers and guards who couldn’t keep Sapp off their QB. His HOF status is richly deserved.

  3. jcavalier70 says:
    Jun 20, 2015 10:57 PM
    Has anything good ever happened to an NFL player in Vegas?

    Why do they keep on going there?
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    It’s fun.

    And most people know when to not do illegal stuff……

  4. jcavalier70 says:
    Jun 20, 2015 10:57 PM

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    Probably some pretty awesome stuff has happened for players in vegas. we just dont get to read about them in the headlines

  5. On April 6, 2012 Warren Sapp filed for bankruptcy. The former NFL star claims he currently has assets worth $6.5 million and debts of $7 million. The $7 million is owed to the IRS, child support to four different women, and medical bills.

    This is why he can’t pay for his prostitutes! His total net worth is negative one million dollars! Which begs the question. How in the hell can Sapp afford to go to Las Vegas with zero income since he’s unemployed? This guy is THE poster child for the rookie symposium on money management/domestic violence.

  6. Overrated as a player and unbearable as an analyst. Apparently he’s worst of all at being a decent human being. And all this coming from a Bucs fan.

  7. Obviously any violence against any woman is an absolute heinous crime, but let’s be more careful about the term domestic violence. Maybe Warren Sapp was in some sort of a relationship with the woman he allegedly assaulted, but if they weren’t then it was just an assault against someone who happened to be a woman. It was like when Afroman assaulted that woman on stage and everyone labeled it as domestic violence when it wasn’t

  8. All I’m saying is that we need to be able to distinguish real domestic violence (being involved in a long term and probably controlling situation) versus a one night altercation where Warren Sapp was probably drunk and acting like a moron. Smdh Warren

  9. Throw Sapp in a cell with Darren Sharper and throw away the key.

    Both of them are losers and deserve each other.

  10. Knowone cares about Warren Sapp anymore, he’s been fired, this isn’t news. He obviously has many problems.

  11. Love hearing about sapps troubles. The dude is a scumbag loser and I’ll laugh so hard if he ever does end up going to jail.

  12. jcavalier70 says:
    Jun 20, 2015 10:57 PM
    Has anything good ever happened to an NFL player in Vegas?

    Why do they keep on going there?

    It sucks your money with the gaming and all the other crap you do outside of betting
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    It’s not as if they are ever going to print anything other the bad stories. That’s what makes them newsworthy. Many NFL players are in Vegas all of the time without incident. Sapp brings on his own problems, not Vegas. Not enough bad things can happen to him anywhere.

  13. Say what you want about Warren Sapp the man but Warren Sapp the player was a monster

    Sounds like that applies to Warren Sapp the ex-player as well.

  14. Warren Sapp is mocked and guilty until proven innocent while no one talks about the foibles of guys like Mark Brunell. Hmmm. Sapp is black but Brunell is white. What could possibly account for the difference in treatment?

  15. Jun 21, 2015 12:02 AM
    Say what you want about Warren Sapp the man but Warren Sapp the player was a monster. Ask Favre about Sapp, ask Tony Dungy or Derrick Brooks about Sapp, ask all those centers and guards who couldn’t keep Sapp off their QB. His HOF status is richly deserved

    Really? When he came to the Raiders,he just took his check and didn’t light it up like your talking about. Then all he has done since is bad mouth the whole Raiders organization and fans every chance he got. I’m glad I don’t have to see or hear him flap his mouth anymore.

  16. When will Sapp’s boorish behavior cease to be newsworthy? To take a line from Dictionary.com that fits Sapp to a T: His conduct is boorish and intemperate; his views are anachronistic and absurd; his moral authority is zilch.

  17. Somehow these big bad assed NFL players fail to get the message that beating up on women really messes up a good paying career. I wonder what Sapp will do now to adjust from the easy living as a sports announcer – most of them are so repetitive that I ignore their dull and prosaic comments – like look at Terry Bradshaw, what a physical mess and ugly, man that guy is ugly. Warren you and Ray Rice really need some counseling, maybe even do some time and find out there are some bad assed guys on the inside.

  18. Why do so many posters here relish in another person’s problems? In fact, if many posters here didn’t post something negative (on virtually every thread) they wouldn’t post at all. Get a life.

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