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SMU Linebacker Learns the Hard Way: Always Pay Your Hooker

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What happens when you don't pay a prostitute for services rendered, then leave her alone in your house? Probably something like this, as reported last night by CBS 11:

Three Mustang players attended the dinner and returned to their off-campus home, on Anita Street, to find that someone had stolen more than $3,000 worth of laptops, televisions and video games.

One of the players, identified as Uchenna Nwabuike, told police he believed the person responsible for the thefts was an escort. The linebacker from Missouri City went on to tell authorities that he had, "made a deal with the suspect to have sex with her for $50."

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.

According to the report filed with Dallas police, the woman made off two 42-inch flat screen TVs, two X-Box 360s, three laptops, and a Playstation 3 from the Anita Street home.

That stuff is gone. The better question here is, what happens when a linebacker from a major college football program tells police he was with a hooker?

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