Found July 16, 2013 on Low Brow Sports:
With all the attention going to current NFL players and their various crimes, we’ve been neglecting the criminals of past NFL seasons. Let’s take a look at the sorry case of former Chiefs and Jaguars linebacker Monty Ray Grow, who was arrested down in Clearwater, Florida for leaving a little 3-year-old girl locked in a car while he hit a strip club, reports the AP, via Wink news Now. Police aren’t saying if he’s the father of the child, but we’re assuming he is. Grow was arrested outside the Diamond Dolls strip club and charged with child abuse and was later released on $5,000 bail. The girl’s mother and grandparents had already removed the uninjured child from the car when deputies arrived. This latest arrest only solidifies the strong need for daycare facilities in strip clubs.
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