From the makers of "Oh, This Is Bad"10) In Sharper's defense, he's not gay and hasn't come out in favor of paying college football players, so it's not like he's 100% monster9) He hit people really hard back in the day, and the justice system loves them some big hits8) Didn't rape anyone while wearing official NFL licensed apparel, so there's less damage to the "Shield" than expected...
Darnell Dockett sounded off on Twitter about Darren Sharper's prison sentence.
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
Former NFL safety Darren Sharper entered his first guilty plea on Monday when he pleaded guilty to sexual assault in Arizona. Sharper admitted to sexually assaulting one woman and trying to attack another in the Phoenix area in 2013. He was sentenced to nine years in federal prison. Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett does...Read More
LOS ANGELES (AP) Former NFL All-Pro Darren Sharper was expected to appear in one court in person Monday and another via video to enter pleas as he seeks to resolve rape and drugging allegations involving women in four different states.
A change-of-plea hearing was scheduled for Sharper in a court in Los Angeles. He's then scheduled to enter a new plea via video conferencing in Arizona...
Via AP on Fox
6 days ago
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...
Former NFL defensive back Darren Sharper has reportedly reached a plea deal for the various rape charges that have been brought against him. According to The Associated Press, Sharper will plead guilty to rape charges stemming from incidents that took place in Los Angeles, New Orleans, Las Vegas and the Phoenix area. The former Pro...Read More
Former New Orleans Saints safety Darren Sharper was indicted back in December on rape charges stemming from three different alleged incidents. On Friday, a fourth set of rape charges was formally filed against Sharper. The Associated Press reports that two more women have accused Sharper of sexually assaulting them in Las Vegas in January 2014....Read More
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 Network analyst and New Orleans Saints safety Darren Sharper reportedly used the popular sleeping pill Ambien to render his four alleged rape victims unconscious, according to a report by USA Today.
A Los Angeles prosecutor said Sharper was a frequent user of the drug, consuming as many as 70 pills in 65 days.
Investigators said he slipped the drug into women’s drinks...