NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp was charged with three counts of domestic abuse Thursday, as per court records from Clark County, Nevada. The charges came just weeks after Sapp was arrested for soliciting a prostitute.
Sapp, via his attorney, has denied the charges. The case involves a fight between Sapp and longtime girlfriend Chalyce Moore. Sapp, who is a football analyst for the NFL Network, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor solicitation charges after an incident in a Phoenix hotel in May. He was spared jail time after a plea agreement.
The former defensive tackle played 13 seasons in the NFL, for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1995 to 2003) and Oakland Raiders (2004 to 2007). He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2013.
Sapp, who had 573 tackles, 96.5 sacks, 4 interceptions and 19 forced fumbles in his career, helped the Bucs win Super Bowl XXXVII on Jan. 26, 2003.