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Warren Sapp prostitutes say Sapp tackled them (Video)

Details continue to emerge from the night Warren Sapp was arrested following his encounter with two prostitutes at the Super Bowl in February, and a new video shows the side of the story that the escorts shared with police.

On Monday, a video was released that showed Sapp speaking with police after his Feb. 2 arrest for solicitation and assault. TMZ released another video on Tuesday, this one showing the prostitutes, Britney Osbourne and Quying Boyd, telling police that Sapp attacked them.

While pointing to a bruise on her arm, Osbourne claimed Sapp kept “tussling and tussling” with the two women while they tried to leave the hotel room. Boyd explained that Sapp became furious and assaulted the two ladies.

“He said, ‘I didn’t pay money for this bulls–t. I don’t do this anyway and you guys are playing me,'” Boyd told police. “He was mad.

“He grabbed me, he grabbed her, he tackled us together. That’s why my leg hurts and I have like rug marks (on my arm).”

Boyd says Osbourne was trying to calm Sapp down while she put her clothes back on and he kept physically pushing both women toward the door. When they told him to show some respect, he supposedly kept yelling “f— respect.”

Later, the video showed Boyd and Osbourne talking to each other about the incident.

“You have a big-ass bruise on your hand, he slammed your head into the floor,” one said to the other. “This sh– just, like, was crazy. He fell on top of us. What makes him think he can just touch people like that? He’s a big football player.”

Sapp claims there was a problem with the services he was receiving based on what he paid. He says he paid $600 but only received service from one escort, who demanded a “tip” from him if he wanted more. Previous reports indicated there was a dispute over money and a woman spit in Sapp’s face before the alleged assault occurred.

No matter how you cut it, the details don’t sound good for the former NFL Network analyst.

Warren Sapp mug shot


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