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Domestic Violence Charges Dropped Against Former Tampa Bay Buc Warren Sapp
Ex Tampa Bay Buccaneer Warren Sapp was arrested and charged with domestic violence in Miami the night before the Super Bowl. Miami-Dade State Attorneys have decided not to pursue domestic violence charges due to video obtained in the case and inconsistent statements from the victim. According to the Associated Press, Sapp was facing one count of misdemeanor domestic violence.
Warren Sapp was arrested by Miami Beach police February 6 for domestic violence.
During their investigation, Police found surveillance video that contradicted some of the domestic violence statements made by the victim. Warren Sapp was a commentator for the NFL Network but was pulled off TV following this domestic violence arrest in Florida. He will meet with NFL Network officials to assess his future with the station.