Cleveland Browns linebacker Quentin Groves, who the team just signed in March, was reportedly arrested last week after getting busted trying to solicit he who believed was a prostitute.
In reality, the prostitute turned out to be an undercover police officer.
From the Scene and Heard:
On April 17, according to the police report, Groves arrived at Room 231 of the Homestead Guest Studios. He had responded to an ad and requested “full service” from an officer posing as a prostitute offering sex for hire, according to records. A price was agreed upon during the call before he arrived.
His court date is May 10.
Cleveland inked the Auburn product to a 2-year, $2.8 million contract to help provide depth to its defense.
The 28-year-old appeared in all 16 games for the Arizona Cardinals in 2012 and recorded career highs in tackles (46) and sacks (4). The Browns mark the fourth franchise Groves has played for in five seasons in the NFL.
Via The Big Lead