Apparently Warren didn't feel the quality and felt he was being overcharged for services rendered, not taking into account the increased demand surrounding the Super Bowl.
In the early morning hours before NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp's arrest on assault and solicitation of prostitution charges, hotel guests at the Phoenix downtown Renaissance awoke to what they believed to be an argument and physical altercation in a hotel hallway, Yahoo Sports has learned. Officers arrived shortly after the incident and interviewed the woman who had alleged the assault. Officers then began to look for the second woman, who had left the scene. Both eventually identified themselves to police as escorts who had met Sapp in the hotel. The source said Sapp was interviewed by police, then remained in his room until the second woman could be located. It was after the second woman was found and interviewed that Sapp was taken into custody and subsequently charged with soliciting prostitution and assault around 7 a.m. local time. A longtime Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle who also played for the Oakland Raiders (and onetime Dancing With the Stars contestant), Sapp was fired from his job as an analyst for the NFL Network on Monday, shortly after charges were filed against him. Sapp was arraigned in a Phoenix court and released on his own recognizance on Monday afternoon.
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