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Hall of Fame defensive tackle and former NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp got himself in a whole bunch of trouble after the Super Bowl a few years ago when he got arrested for assaulting a couple of hookers he felt overcharged him for their services.
During that same weekend, he allegedly assaulted an actress at an ESPN Super Bowl Party as well.
“If you believe a lawsuit just filed in a Broward County circuit court by a 50-year-old TV series regular with the unlikely name of Paula Trickey, Sapp injured her seriously a couple days before the hooker incident.
According to the filing Trickey, whose body of work includes “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2” and “Attack Of The 50-Foot Cheerleader,” was minding her own business at an ESPN pre-Super Bowl party in the early hours of Jan. 31, 2015, when she was allegedly knocked to the ground.
The lawsuit reads Sapp, 44, was being escorted out when “he struck her with his body,” causing her to hit the floor.
Trickey says he should’ve looked around him as he “quickly” departed the party. Sapp, the complaint reads, “exhibited negligent use of force or body kinetics” and was drunk and unruly when he ran into her.
Trickey claims she suffered “severe bodily injuries.”
“There are places in my body I didn’t know existed that are still hurting two years later,” Tricked said in an interview. “I’ve had constant pain shooting through my body since.”
“He was pretty tanked that night, and it didn’t surprise me to hear he was arrested a couple days later.”
Sapp was fired from his $45,000 a month job as analyst at the NFL Network in the wake of his arrest.