Warren Sapp denies NFL Network allegations, says vibrator gifts were “cute’

NFL Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp has played better defense.

The former NFL Network analyst implicated in the lawsuit filed by a former wardrobe stylist at the network responded Wednesday, saying this “ain’t no #MeToo,” that he never urinated in front of her and never gifted her sex toys — though he did gift other staffers “cute” vibrators. Sapp also denied showing the accuser nude photos of women he said he has slept with, though he said he may have showed her pictures of his girlfriend in a bathing suit.

Jami Cantor launched the allegations in a suit amended Monday, accusing several prominent former NFL players of inappropriate sexual conduct. Sapp did not speak for Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans, Ike Taylor or executive producer Eric Weinberger, but said Cantor is wrong about him.

“Mine is untrue,” Sapp told WINZ in Miami. “I didn’t urinate in front of anybody. And if I walked in a bathroom with you, you would walk out. Any human being on earth would walk out.”

Cantor, who worked at NFL Network from 2006 until she was terminated in October 2016, alleged Sapp had walked into a men’s restroom in which she was working and urinated in front of her. When she “screamed at him” to get out, she said he responded, “Sorry mama, but your office shouldn’t be our s—-er.”

Sapp did recall the incident she was referring to, but said there was a door between the two.

“There’s no way I peed in front of her,” Sapp said Wednesday. “I put that on my six kids.’’

Sapp did admit that he gifted NFL Network “makeup ladies” sex toys, but excused it as a joke, and contended Cantor never received one. She alleged he gave her sex toys three years in a row for Christmas.

“I’m sorry thought they was cute!” Sapp said on Twitter, adding a picture of the miniature sex toy.

“Was shown the product and liked! Nothing to do with Sex,” Sapp continued in defense.

Cantor alleged that Sapp had flaunted naked pictures of women he bragged to have slept with. Sapp told the radio show that never happened and “makes no sense,” though he said he could have showed her a picture of a woman he was dating, who was wearing a bikini.

“Why would I need to show you a picture of someone nude,” Sapp said, saying he would never show “the wardrobe lady” something like that.

Sapp also denied openly talking about his sex life in front of Cantor.

“No supervisor would allow you to have conversations about something inappropriate like that,” Sapp said.

Sapp was fired from NFL Network in 2015 after an arrest for propositioning a prostitute. He said his reputation has played a part in the accusations.

“I’m the notorious one,” Sapp said. “I’m always the bad guy. That’s why I’m in here today.”

Source: https://nypost.com/2017/12/13/warren-sapp-denies-nfl-network-allegations-says-vibrator-gifts-were-cute/

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