Athletes & Hoes: Cleveland Browns Baller Quentin Groves Celebrates Signing His New Contract By Getting Popped For Soliciting A Prostitute!

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Quentin Groves

Paying for it just doesn’t pay does it Quentin?

Cleveland Browns Quentin Groves Arrested For Soliciting Prostitute

Via Fox8

A newly-signed Browns linebacker is starting his career in Cleveland on some rough turf.
According to Orange Village police, Quentin Groves, 29, was arrested on April 17 for soliciting prostitution.

The bust happened during a joint operation with Beachwood police, the Cuyahoga Sheriff’s Office and Orange Village officers at the Homestead Guest Studios.

During the sting, a female police officer acted as an escort and took several calls from men interested in sex for hire.

Groves was allegedly one of them.

He made arrangements for certain acts and determined a price for a “full-service” visit, a police report stated.

Police say Groves was arrested when he showed up at the hotel. Officers confiscated $195 in cash and a box of condoms.

Groves pleaded no contest to a charge of disorderly conduct earlier this week. He has another court appearance on May 10.

Soon after his release Quentin offered this apology for his embarrassing affection for financially acquired a$$:

“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.”

All these thirst-bucket groupie hoes out here and this simple muhfugga outchea payin’ to play? SMH

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