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April 24, 2013 Guy Stuff

In Dumb Jock News… NFL Player Quentin Groves Was Arrested In Prostitution Sting [Mugshot]

Quentin Groves Arrest Photo MugshotPhoto Credit: Orange Village Police Department

What MAN worth millions of dollars answers an ad for a hook up? Unfortunately, Cleveland Browns linebacker and former Auburn University star Quentin Groves is such a man. Quentin was arrested last week after attempting to solicit a woman he thought was a prostitute, but she turned out to be an undercover police officer. He set up a date with the fake prostitute (yes, fake) and even negotiated a fee over the phone. He made arrangements to meet her at the low budget Homestead Guest Studios. Shouldn’t a man with that kind of money want to have sex on 600 thread count sheets, right?

Quentin Groves Arrested


According to police, “He agreed to one hour of time for 100.00 and was told that anal would be an additional 20.00.” When he arrived and was busted on the scene he had $195.70 and a box of Magnum condoms which was seized as evidence. You would think a guy in with his money would have no trouble finding a respectable call girl willing to give him “full service,” but then again he is in Ohio. Also, what proper prostitute goes for anal for $20? Wait, we forgot he did answer an ad. Did we mention he is also married according to his NFL bio.

Quentin’s agent issued the following statement on his behalf:

“I want to apologize to the Browns organization, our fans and the city of Cleveland for putting myself in this situation. I realize I let a lot of people down, most importantly my family. I am committed to learning from this and moving forward.”

In Quentin’s defense 14 other men were arrested in the three-day operation; however, we our sure none of them just signed a NFL contact for close to three million dollars.


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