NEW ORLEANS -- The sentencing of former New Orleans Saints player Darren Sharper on federal charges that he drugged and assaulted women in four states has been rescheduled. U.S. District Judge Jane Triche Milazzo issued an order Thursday resetting Sharper's sentencing for Oct. 1 at the request of probation officer Marilyn Brasset. It was scheduled for Aug. 20 in New Orleans. Bassett...
In a move that is an absolute no-brainer, the New Orleans Saints organization has decided it needs to dissociate itself even further from admitted serial rapist Darren Sharper. The unfortunate aspect of it for the team is that is related to the displaying of an iconic and celebrated image from the team’s Super Bowl XLIV...Read More The post Already? Saints removing image of Darren...
Former NFL safety Darren Sharper was able to reach a plea deal in all of his rape cases that will likely result in him spending less than a decade in prison. While some have argued — and with good reason — that Sharper got off easy, he will hardly be a free man when he...Read More
Upon his release from prison, former NFL safety Darren Sharper will be subjected to incredibly stringent probational regimen, including being subjected to regular penile plethysmograph testing. Sharper reportedly will be routinely subjected to lie detector tests. He will not be able to consume alcohol or enter liquor stores. And for the first three to five...Read More The post Darren...
Former NFL safety Darren Sharper essentially pleaded guilty to drugging and raping nine women across four states during a multi-year span. The details surrounding Sharper’s crimes are chilling. He admitted responsibility for drugging female victims before taking them to a private location—in most circumstances a hotel room—and sexually assaulting them. By either pleading guilty...
Darren Sharper appears to be facing up to nine years in prison. Sharper appeared in a Los Angeles court on Monday and plead no contest to charges stemming from numerous cases in the LA area. As the LA Times notes, Sharper’s plea agreement includes a 20-year prison sentence, of which he will serve half of...Read More
Fresh off news that a fourth state (Nevada) has filed rape charges against the former NFL safety, Darren Sharper has apparently entered into a global plea deal relating to all charges against him. The plea deal will take into account rape charges in Nevada, Arizona, California and Arizona as well as federal charges. In almost all cases, Sharper is accused of drugging his alleged...
Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush is now being linked to the ongoing Darren Sharper case involving the spiking of drinks. One of Sharper’s co-defendants told investigators that he saw Bush spiked drinks with molly—an illegal party drug. Brandon Licciardi originally told investigators that he saw Bush spike the drinks before recanting and indicating that Bush told him he...
Former NFL safety Darren Sharper is facing life in prison after he was indicted on rape charges last week. When you hear some of the details from court, you’ll understand why. Brandon Licciardi, a former St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s deputy who is being charged with rape and much more along with Sharper, began his hearing...Read More
Former NFL defensive back Darren Sharper has been indicted on rape charges, according to Ken Daley of The Times-Picayune. Sharper, who last played for the New Orleans Saints in 2010, was essentially accused of being a serial rapist earlier this year after he was suspected of at least seven rapes and 11 druggings. Despite claiming...Read More
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