Hall of Famer charged?: Warren Sapp Domestic Violence

Published: June 26, 2015

Hall of Famer charged?: Warren Sapp Domestic Violence, For the second time in less than five months, Warren Sapp has found himself in some legal trouble.

The Hall of Fame defensive tackle has been charged with three counts of domestic violence stemming from an April incident that took place in Las Vegas.

According to a police report obtained by TMZ, Sapp has been accused of biting his girlfriend Chalyce Moore and stomping on her head. The two were staying at the M Resort in Vegas on April 28 when the incident allegedly happened.

The police report also notes that Sapp threw a margarita at Moore, which initially started the fight. Once the fight started, the two decided to leave the resort and head to a condo belonging to Moore.

On the car ride over to the condo, Moore alleges that Sapp bit her middle finger. Once the couple reached Moore’s condo, Sapp allegedly stepped on her face while wearing a pair of sandals.

A friend of Moore told authorities that Moore suffered several injuries during the attack. According to the friend, Moore suffered bruising on her shoulders, legs, face and lower lip.

The former Buccaneers defensive tackle is due back in court on July 23 and faces up to 18 months in jail if convicted on the charges.

Sapp’s latest legal trouble comes just one month after he reached a plea in a prostitution case that dated back to February.

Sapp was arrested in Phoenix on Feb. 2 and charged with soliciting a prostitute and two counts of assault. Sapp was fired from his job with the NFL Network the day after the arrest.

The Hall of Famer reached a plea deal in May where he agreed to plead guilty one count of solicitation and one count of assault. Sapp also agreed to complete a “Prostitution Solicitation Diversion Program” and an anger management course.

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