SMU Players Say A Prostitute Stole From Them

Three players from the SMU Mustangs say that someone stole about $3,000 worth of electronics equipment from the players' off campus home, located on Anita Street, according to CBS Dallas Fort-Worth. Did we mention that the someone was an escort that was invited to the players' house after an end-of-the-year banquet? The incident, which occurred back in April, stemmed from one of the players, Uchenna Nwabuike, allegedly refusing to pay the escort for services rendered.
The players have not commented further on the incident, thought the police report is pretty clear as to what was reported.

In the police report, Nwabuike admitted that, "he did not pay the suspect for the acts that she performed" and left the woman in the home alone while the players attended the banquet.

Its a little odd that even college players wouldn't know better to not leave strangers alone in your own home. The university has claimed that it was unaware of the alleged incident until a CBS 11 reporter approached university officials with the information.

The police claim that they have the name of the suspect in question, but not much else.

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