Ex-NFL Player Keith McCants Arrested on Cocaine Charges Outside of Strip Club

I had no interest in this story until I read the words:


At that point, I put on my detective’s hat on to get to the bottom of this.

McCants was a star Defensive End at the University of Alabama in the late 80’s and was the 4th overall pick in the 1990 by the Tampa Bay Bucs. He was a bust (no pun intended) and was out of the league in five years. He has had multiple run ins wit the law and here is his latest transgression.

McCants was pulling out of Tina’s House of Angels, 3080 34th Street N., about 12:15 a.m. because he failed to stop while leaving a private drive, said police spokesman Mike Puetz. They also noticed that McCants and a passenger, Christina Shamika Campbell, 28, were not wearing their seat belts.

After they stopped the car, police saw a crack pipe in the center console of McCant’s 1999 Chevy Tahoe. After searching the vehicle, police found one piece of crack in Campbell’s purse.

Police arrested McCants and Campbell and seized the vehicle.

Leaving the Tina’s House of Angels with a stripper and a crack pipe in a 1999 Chevy Tahoe?

Sounds about right.

Where are all the pretty strippers at? Every time I see a stripper get arrested, they look like a cross between Aunt Esther with a Homer Simpson beer belly.

Are there any sexy strippers left? If so hit me up.

Oh and one more thing.


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