Why? Well, because every female who’s been caught in a sex scandal with a famous athlete has hired famed attorney Gloria Allred to represent them.
Ex NY Giants star Lawrence Taylor was sentenced yesterday to six months probation for soliciting sex from an underaged prostitute in May 2010.
The 16-year-old sex worker who received $300 from the former football great in exchange for sexual favors, now wants to really get paid.
Taylor, 52, was accompanied to court yesterday by his beautiful wife, Lynette. The couple have a 5-year-old son together.
Gloria Allred held a press conference outside of court, with now 17, Christina Fierro after Lawrence was sentenced.
In the meantime, Taylor appeared on Fox News’ Studio B with Shephard Smith last night, where he said “everybody” solicits sex from prostitutes.
“It’s the oldest profession in the world,” he said. “Everybody does it.”
Taylor added: “I am not the cause of prostitution – I didn’t pick her up in no playground, she wasn’t hiding behind a school bus, this is a working girl who came to my room.
“I had been on the road 10- 11 days, I made a phone call to a friend of mine and he made a phone call.”
But Fierro says she’s a victim — not a prostitute — who was forced to go to Taylor’s room by her pimp, a hardened criminal who was later arrested and jailed.
Fierro accused Taylor of taking “something precious” from her when she was only 16-years-old. She said she believes Taylor knew she had been beaten by her pimp and was underage.
Taylor, who must register as a sex offender, will have another hearing on April 12 to decide at what level he will be classified on the sex offender register.