Sapp Disputes Sexual Harassment Claims: “I’m Always The Bad Guy”

Not surprisingly, former NFL star Warren Sapp who was fired from the NFL Network back in 2015 when he assaulted a prostitute after Super Bowl 49 after refusing to pay her, has also been mentioned by former wardrobe stylist Jami Cantor in her sexual harassment lawsuit against the NFL Network.

Also, not surprisingly, Sapp is denying he did anything wrong.

Cantor, however, says Sapp did plenty of things wrong, like show her pictures of naked women, gave her sex toys as gifts, used the bathroom while she was present and openly talked about the women he slept with.

“I’m still tying to figure out where’s the sexual harassment?” Sapp said on Miami radio yesterday. “I’m the notorious one. I’m always the bad guy. That’s why I’m in here today. Ain’t no #metoo, nothing. No sexual harassment. You are not going to put that on me.”

Now, Sapp did admit that he gave sex toys as Christmas gifts to female colleagues, but insisted the gesture wasn’t “about sex.”

No Warren, it was about the dumbest thing you could have done.

He also addressed the allegations against him regarding what Cantor claiming “I did walk in the bathroom, but I did not urinate in front of her.”

His logic sounds like that of a former president, only his reasoning sounds like he did smoke and inhaled.

But the dumbest part of all of this is the fact that he’s addressing Cantor’s claims even though he is not named as a defendant in the lawsuit, so he probably shouldn’t have said anything until he gives a deposition. Sapp clearly felt the need to clear the air, for whatever reason.

Think a guy like him would be smarter on defense.

Source: The Sports Daily

 
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