That he doesn’t card his hoes…
As you know, former NY Giants linebacker and Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor was wrapped up in scandal after he was busted with an under aged prostitute back in May 2010.
Taylor, 52, was originally charged with 3rd degree rape but avoided jail time by pleading guilty in January to lesser charges of sexual misconduct and patronizing a 16-year-old prostitute. Both counts are misdemeanors.
Taylor was sentenced yesterday (March 23) to six years’ probation on charges stemming from the incident, and he makes absolutely NO apologies for utilizing the services of a prostitute, especially since he didn’t know she was underage.
Speaking on Fox News’ “Studio B with Shepard Smith,” Taylor said he had asked the prostitute her age, and was told she was 19. He said he doesn’t bother to card ’em tough…
“That’s not my M.O. I’ve been around kids and people all my life.
I’m not the cause of prostitution. And sometimes I make mistakes and I may go out there. And I didn’t go pick her up on no playground. She wasn’t hiding behind the school bus or getting off a school bus. This is a working girl that came to my room.”
*blank muthaf*ckin’ stare* 😯 And that’s not even all he said!
Watch video of LT’s disturbing comments below:
Hilarious! Taylor blames the institution of prostitution for the fact that he ended up with an underage girl…. and not the fact that he’s a crack addicted pedophile lurking in hotel rooms waiting for his dealer/pimp to hook him up!
“It’s the world of prostitution,” he said during the Fox News interview. “You never know what you’re gonna get. Is it gonna be a pretty girl, an ugly girl or whatever it’s gonna be.”
Or a young girl? Smith asked.
“You can only ask,” Taylor said. “I don’t card them. I don’t ask for a birth certificate.”
Taylor said he had “no beef” with the girl.
“I’ll take my punishment like I should, but my problem is at home with my wife, so that’s really the only one I have to answer to,” he said in the interview.
How did he get in the situation in the first place? Smith asked.
“It happens sometimes,” Taylor said. “I’d been on the road 10 or 11 days and I came in to town. Actually, I made a phone call to a friend of mine, and he made a phone call.”
Taylor also said he has frequently used the services of prostitutes in the past, especially between 1994 and 2001, when he was not married.
“I’m not looking for a relationship. Hey, sometimes I look for some company,” Taylor said. “It’s all clean. I don’t have to worry about your feelings. It’s all clean. I’m not saying it’s right. It’s the oldest profession in the world.”
Even after all of the public scrutiny and legal issues, Taylor doesn’t even seem to consider prostitution a serious crime.
“I guess you call it a crime,” he said during the interview. “It’s one of those crimes you don’t think about. You never think you’re gonna get busted because everyone does it until you get busted, and then it’s more embarrassing than anything else.”
This dude is something else! Especially considering the girls he “uses” are most likely battered and abused runaway teens from broken homes.
I watched a random documentary the other day on Netflix called “Very Young Girls” that offered a look inside the minds of these young girls and it was very disturbing.
Hearing LT speak so casually about how he feels about purchasing another human being makes me wonder what his views are about African American slavery. I guess that was ok too since there weren’t any laws against it…