With the Super Bowl drawing in numerous fans with fat wallets and millionaire athletes, how much money is going to prostitution and would it be better to legitimize and regulate the sex industry rather than try to attack it and pretend that every escort is a sex victim?
The Santa Clara Sheriff’s Office confirmed that Ryan Murphy was briefly detained in connection with the sting at a Motel 6 near the San Jose International Airport. Spokesman Sgt. James Jensen said that Murphy was later released after it was determined that he was not involved.
“We decided it was best for the team if we continued our preparations for Super Bowl 50 without [Murphy],” Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak said in a statement. “Ryan is returning to Denver but his status as a practice squad player has not changed at this time.”
The station reported that the woman and Murphy’s brother were cited by police, but Murphy was not. The station also reported that the woman and Murphy’s brother have a relationship, though the report did not elaborate further.
Jensen told the Denver Post that 10 men and 20 women have been cited as a result of various anti-prostitution sweeps by police.
Of course Ryan Murphy wasn’t the only one caught in the bay area’s Super Bowl Prostitution Stings under the guise of sex trafficking.