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Former NFL player investigated for rape in four states

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Former NFL safety Darren Sharper raped two women in October of last year, according to reports by prospectors.

Sharper starred with the Vikings, Packers and Saints, with the physical player winning a Super Bowl as a New Orleans key performer.

His reputation though has now been officially tarnished beyond repair after it was revealed today that he is being investigated for rape in California, Louisiana, Arizona and Nevada.

The first of those relates to the drugging and raping of two women in LA last October for which he has bee charged.

According the Big Lead, "L.A. prosecutors allege Sharper met two women at a West Hollywood nightclub on Oct. 30, 2013 and invited them to another party. On the way, Sharper told the women he had to stop by his hotel room to pick up something and invited both women up to his room, according to the allegations.

"There, he gave each woman a shot, and both women subsequently passed out, prosecutors say. One woman told investigators she woke up naked hours later with Sharper sexually assaulting her. The second woman then woke up and “interrupted his actions,” according to prosecutors."

Sharper played College Football for College of William & Mary. He enter the NFL through the second round draft in 1997 with the Packers.

He spent time with the Vikings and a successful stint with the Saints, and he was named in the NFL's All-Decade team.

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