New York Giants safety Will Demps says that he once used his celebrity to tackle more than football players.
Demps, 27, a 6-foot, 208-pounder from San Diego State, tells the September Essence that he took full advantage of sex-hungry groupies who sought his company, The New York Post reported Thursday.
"I've had my share of fun with these types," The Post says Demps told Essence. “I've flown beautiful women with agendas to big games ... I've wined and dined them at the fanciest restaurants knowing I could've shared my bed with three at a time."
But Demps claims to no longer seek the groupies' company, The Post reports.
"They hang in packs like vultures ... posed with breasts spilling out of their shirts ... In the end, I know these women can never fulfill a need beyond my libido."
Giants coach Tom Coughlin must be breathing a sigh of relief.
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