"I'm sorry thought they was cute!" Warren Sapp's response for sex toys he bought co-workers

Sapp tweets photo of questionable gift

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LOS ANGELES – NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp is one of many who’ve been accused of inappropriate behavior or sexual misconduct this year.

Sapp, once a defensive tackle for the NFL, has come under fire in recent weeks for inappropriate behavior, including gifting vibrators to female coworkers.

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In response to a tweet that called out Sapp for buying the sex toys for female coworkers, Sapp responded “I’m sorry I thought they was cute!” accompanied by a picture of the questionable gift.

See the tweet below:

Sapp excused the gesture as a joke and also tweeted that it had “nothing to do with sex.”

Sapp was fired from NFL Network in 2015 after an arrest for propositioning a prostitute, according to the New York Post.

Jami Cantor, former wardrobe stylist for the NFL Network, filed an amended complaint in Los Angeles naming Sapp, Marshall Faulk, Ike Taylor, Heath Evans and Eric Weinberger.

To read more about Cantor’s claims click here. 

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