Quentin Groves, who was recently signed as a linebacker by the Browns, was arrested April 17 on a charge of soliciting an undercover police officer for prostitution. On Tuesday, he was found guilty of disorderly conduct in the incident.
Orange police said Groves responded to an advertisement placed by police offering prostitution services. A female officer from Beachwood posed as an escort and set up dates with men willing to pay for sex.
“[Groves] made arrangements for certain acts … and requested ‘full service’ and stated he would bring condoms,” according to the police report. Read More via Cleveland.com