Women in Brandon Underwood case charged with prostitution
The women who accused Green Bay Packers cornerback Brandon Underwood of sexual assault have been charged with prostitution, potentially making everyone in this sordid affair a big loser.
At the beginning of this month, Underwood entered a no-contest plea to a charge of prostitution non-marital sexual intercourse as part of the case that emerged last June in the Wisconsin Dells.
Now, Kesha Cureton and Tynecha Lipsco have been charged with prostitution, according to Don Walker of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. They had met with Underwood at a condo after a golf outing and later accused him of sexual assault. The women, according to police reports, had gone to a club to audition as dancers.
Underwood, for his part, has been fined $379.
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