Fletcher Mackel of WDSU-TV reports that former NFL S Darren Sharper and co-defendant Brandon Licciardi have also been indicted on federal drug charges relating to the allegations of date rape.
If convicted, the two men would face life in prison.
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NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Former Saints safety Darren Sharper and two other men were indicted Friday on multiple rape allegations in New Orleans -- adding to a list of charges and allegations the ex-player faces in several states.
Sharper, 39, was indicted by a grand jury on two counts of aggravated rape stemming from accusations that he sexually assaulted two impaired women at his apartment...
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NEW ORLEANS -- Former Saints safety Darren Sharper and two other men have been indicted on multiple rape allegations in New Orleans.
District attorney's spokesman Christopher Bowman says Sharper was indicted Friday on two counts of aggravated rape stemming from accusations that he sexually assaulted two impaired women in 2013. He also was charged with simple rape of a different woman...
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According to New Orleans Picayune, former New Orleans Saints safety Darren Sharper and two other men could face life sentences after being charged Friday in a nine-count grand jury indictment stemming from multiple rape allegations in New Orleans. Sharper was indicted on two counts of aggravated rape stemming from accusations that he sexually assaulted two […]
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Former NFL defensive back Darren Sharper has been indicted on rape charges, according to Ken Daley of The Times-Picayune. Sharper, who last played for the New Orleans Saints in 2010, was essentially accused of being a serial rapist earlier this year after he was suspected of at least seven rapes and 11 druggings. Despite claiming...Read More
Sharper who is still in jail awaiting trial for rape cases in California is now in more trouble in New Orleans.
BREAKING: Darren Sharper, 2 others indicted in New Orleans rape cases. More soon @NOLANews
— Ken Daley (@Ken_Daley) December 12, 2014
Former NFL Network analyst and New Orleans Saints safety Darren Sharper reportedly used the popular sleeping pill Ambien to render his four alleged rape victims unconscious, according to a report by USA Today.
A Los Angeles prosecutor said Sharper was a frequent user of the drug, consuming as many as 70 pills in 65 days.
Investigators said he slipped the drug into women’s drinks...
An NFL spokesman tells the New York Daily News that Darren Sharper has been fired from NFL Network amid troubling allegations of the serial drugging and raping of multiple women in multiple states. If convicted in the L.A. case, he could face more than 30 years in state jail. He faces a life sentence without the possibility of parole in the New Orleans case if convicted. The former...
Sharper was arrested for two rapes and is being investigated for a third in Louisiana. But, it is always innocent until proven guilty and there are normally several sides to these type of stories. Here is what Sharper told the police according to TMZ Sports. The former NFL star claims he only knows the identity of one of his accusers and insists the encounter was purely consensual...
Former NFL defensive back and current NFL Network analyst Darren Sharper was arrested on rape charges, according to a report from TMZ Sports. Per TMZ, the charges are for two separate incidences in California. The first is a charge first taking place in October of 2013 and the other being as recent as this past […]Continue reading...