This week Warren Sapp decided to use CTE as an excuse for sexual harassment, was that right? Read on…
Where Warren Sapp admits that he’s “always the bad guy” and “that’s why I’m in here today.” The Hall of Famer was accused of gifting a vibrator to the alleged victim, and while he admitted to doing it, he says “it had nothing to do with sex.” He continues to take some unethical joking shoots at other accusations, and even going as far as to blame “CTE’ for the harassment.” #SMH
A former female NFL Network employee filed a lawsuit saying multiple current and former on-air personalities, including Sapp, sexually harassed her.
Warren said on Twitter:
“No advance. Was shown the product and liked! Nothing to do with Sex”
Hall of Famer Warren Sapp was fired by the NFL Network in 2015 after he was arrested in Phoenix for propositioning a prostitute after covering the Super Bowl.
In addition to Sapp, former RB and NFL Network correspondant, Marshall Faulk, Ike Taylor, and Heath Evans while investigating claims of sexual harassment from a lawsuit filed by one of their former colleagues.
Jami Cantor, who worked as a wardrobe stylist for NFL Network, filed a wrongful termination suit against NFL Enterprises in Los Angeles Superior Court back in October. As first reported by Bloomberg, she described incidents of harassment by the three retired players, as well as Eric Weinberger, a former network executive producer and current president of Bill Simmons Media Group.
Do you consider that a poor excuse? We do! It’s done in bad taste.
Warren dude, You’re our Douche of the Week for this!