Warren Sapp Allegedly Parties With Hookers, Blames Hotel Staff For Stealing Super Bowl Ring [Details]

Rucuss staffFebruary 7, 2013

NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp enjoyed a week-long stay in New Orleans during the Super Bowl festivities.

Maybe a little too much. Sapp allegedly partied hard in the Big Easy and brought home 3-5 women every night while he stayed at the Westin Hotel at Canal Place. A source emailed TerezOwens.com with the scoop.

In an email the tipster said:

“Workers at the Westin Hotel at Canal Place describe an inebriated Sapp coming in before sunrise each day with 3-5 ladies of the night. On Friday night, Sapp’s room was serviced while he was not there. Upon returning to the room with his sleep over team, he discovered his Super Bowl ring was missing, and he was adamant that the ring wasn’t stolen by any of his prostitutes.

Sapp called the cops and blamed the hotel staff. The staff was detained for hours, but no one was charged because the ring was found in Sapp’s suitcase.”

Warren Sapp Hookers Super Bowl

This is the same ring that Sapp said he lost during a bankruptcy hearing in April 2012. Shortly after his bankruptcy was finalized, Sapp found the ring.

Sapp, a former Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive lineman, is among the Class of 2013 that will be inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Aug. 3 in Canton, Ohio. Head coach Bill Parcells, wide receiver Cris Carter, left tackle Jonathan Ogden, guard/tackle Larry Allen, defensive tackle Curley Culp and linebacker Dave Robinson were also selected to the hall of fame.

The 2013 induction ceremony will take place on Saturday, Aug. 3, 2013.


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