Former NFL Baller, Darren Sharper, Charged With Two Counts Of Rape (DETAILS)

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    Darren Sharper is in hot water and by the looks of it, his life won’t be getting any easier any time soon.

    The former Super Bowl champion was recently accused of raping two women back in January, after two women said he drugged and sexually assaulted them.

    Sharper is suspected of 7 rapes in four cities (including New Orleans, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Phoenix) but as of yesterday, was officially charged for just two counts of rape.

    Here’s a recap of some of the details from a few of the cases, via Necole Bitchie:

    In the New Orleans case: a woman met Sharper at a Sept. 22 event for Saints football players. After the event, she accompanied him to a bar. While there, Sharper gave the woman a drink, which she consumed. Her next memory came several hours later, at around 10 a.m. on Sept. 23, when she woke up to Sharper “on top of her sexually assaulting her,” the declaration said.

    On Sept. 24, the woman underwent a sexual assault examination at Interim LSU Hospital. On Nov. 4, the New Orleans Police Department received a DNA analysis report from the Louisiana State Police crime lab that Sharper’s DNA was present on a swab taken from the woman during her hospital rape examination.

    In the Los Angeles cases: Sharper met both rape accusers at the club Bootsy Bellows in West Hollywood.

    In the first case, on Oct. 30, Sharper met two women at the club through a mutual friend. As the club was closing, Sharper invited both women to an after-party. They agreed to accompany him, and they went in his hired private car.

    On the way to the after-party, however, Sharper told the women he wanted to stop at his hotel to “pick up something,” according to the declaration. At the hotel, Sharper asked the women to accompany him to his suite, where he supplied them with a shot of what he claimed was coffee-flavored Patron, police said.

    Within minutes, both women “blacked out,” they later told authorities. One woman woke up several hours later naked with Sharper sexually assaulting her. The other woman woke up on the couch in the living room, then entered Sharper’s room “interrupting his actions,” the declaration says.

    The women left in a taxi and went back to their residence where they slept for four hours. They both later reported memory loss during that time.

    In the other L.A. case, Sharper approached two women as the Bootsy Bellows club was closing on Jan. 14, and invited them to an after-party. They agreed and went in his hired private car. The trio stayed at the party until 4 a.m., when Sharper invited the women to another party. On the way to that party, Sharper told the women he wanted to stop at his hotel room to pick up some “narcotics,” the filing says.

    At his hotel, he gave the women shots of alcohol. Within minutes, both women said, they “blacked out.” Both women woke up hours later on the couch in the living room and one of them immediately felt as though she had been raped, according to the declaration. Both women left and sought medical treatment and underwent a rape exam.

    Sharper is suspected of raping two women in his Las Vegas hotel suite: On Jan. 15, Sharper met two women and a man at a nightclub and invited them to party in his hotel room. When they arrived, they saw that no one else was there. Sharper gave the three people shots and they subsequently blacked out, according to the filing.

    One of the women later woke up alongside Sharper in his bed. She went to the bathroom, and saw in the mirror she had facial injuries which she had no memory of sustaining. She went back to sleep. When she woke up, Sharper asked her how she was feeling because he claimed she had gotten sick and vomited during the night. Sharper gave her a drink that he claimed would help her feel better. She took a few sips of it, and then the next thing she remembered was him raping her.

    The other woman awoke on the living room couch and immediately felt as though she had been raped. Later that evening, both women sought medical treatment and underwent rape exams.

    Both women and the man said they couldn’t remember anything after the time they ingested Sharper’s drinks.

    Sharper is suspected of raping two women in an Arizona apartment: On Nov. 20, two women and Sharper went out drinking at a nightclub in Scottsdale, Arizona. One of the women, identified as “Jane Doe D,” started acting “strangely,” leading her friends to take her home. Sharper returned to the woman’s apartment with them. A friend, identified in the record as “Jane Doe E,” put the incapacitated woman in her pajamas.

    Another female roommate, who had not been at the club that night, joined Sharper and “Jane Doe E” in the living room. Sharper gave both women shots. “Jane Doe E” blacked out and didn’t regain consciousness until 8:30 a.m.

    The roommate immediately began to feel “physically strange and disoriented” and went to her room to lie down. Later, she went to the bathroom and observed Sharper on top of “Jane Doe E” on the living room couch “with his buttocks exposed moving in a thrusting motion,” the court filing says. The roommate went back to her room and slept.

    In the morning, “Jane Doe D” awoke naked from the waist down and had no memory of anyone removing her clothing. Later that afternoon, all three women sought medical treatment. Both Jane Doe D and Jane Doe E underwent rape exams.

    The cup Sharper used to provide one of the drinks tested positive for zolpidem, or Ambien, according to the court filing.

    We haven’t gotten any word from Sharper himself just yet, but he has claimed the sexual relations he had with the woman in New Orleans was consensual.

    If convicted of these rape charges, Darren Sharper could easily receive 30 years in prison, with a bail set at $10 million.

    SOURCE: Necole Bitchie | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty

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