Former NFL Darren Sharper 18 Yrs!!
Former NFL player, Darren Sharper, who played 14 NFL seasons for three teams, has been sentenced to 18 years in prison in a case where he was accused of drugging and raping as many as 16 women in four states.
As good and as famous as he was, he had no reason to rape and or drug women. I’m sure women were throwing themselves on him, so why would he have a reason to assault as many 18 women? And these are the women we are aware of, I’m sure there are many more women out there.
Judge Jane Triche Milazzo sentenced the former pro-football player on Thursday. He pleaded guilty or no-contest to charges arising from the allegations of drugging and raping women in federal court in New Orleans, and state courts in Louisiana, Arizona, California and Nevada. Prosecutors suggested a 9-year prison term for the former player under a multi-jurisdictional plea deal, but Judge Milazzo rejected it as too lenient in June. He was also fined $20,000 and that isn’t enough, they mean $20,000 per rape case?
According to the Assistant Prosecutor, before sentencing Mr. Sharper apologized “a thousand times” to the women he abused, adding that he had “lived my life right for 38 years and then I took this path.” So, I guess that makes it okay that he raped these women because he lived a life he should have been living? What the f$ck, I’m definitely confused.
According to a 15-page statement signed as part of the plea, Darren Sharper pleaded guilty in federal court to three counts of distributing drugs with rape as the aim. He or friend Brandon Licciardi, a former sheriff’s deputy in Louisiana, put anti-anxiety drugs or sedatives into women’s drinks in order to rape them.
Darren Sharper was a second-round pick of the Packers in 1997, and he spent eight seasons in Green Bay before playing in Minnesota and New Orleans. In April 2014, while he sat in a Los Angeles County jail, former teammates expressed shock at what they were hearing.
“I never would have seen this coming. It’s mind-boggling,” Tyrone Williams told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Tyler Dunne at the time.
Former Packers safety LeRoy Butler added: “He was always very respectful. All my kids liked him, and I have four daughters. They knew him. They thought very highly of him. … Girls would throw themselves at him. He had no problem getting women at all. Good-looking guy. Great player. Possible Hall of Famer. He had lots of money. He had great parents — fantastic parents. This was a guy nobody would expect this kind of stuff from.”
Exactly, it just seems a waste, he lost a lucrative career and success by raping and drugging women when he didn’t need too. Maybe he had to much power in his control and people who believe in this power, most times destroy themselves and now he will have 18 years in prison to think about what he has done.