Greg Anthony Pleads Not Guilty of Soliciting Backpage Escort

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Legally, Greg Anthony is probably guilty, morally, that depends on the person you are asking, but common sense tells you, this isn’t really a crime.

Court documents have revealed new details about the prostitution arrest of basketball analyst and former NBA player Greg Anthony in Washington.

Court documents describe the conversation Anthony had with an undercover officer before his arrest Jan. 16 at a Washington hotel. The documents show the undercover officer told Anthony that intercourse would cost $80. Asked if he wanted her to “dress up,” he responded “oh yeah,” the court documents say.

Anthony found the ad for the escort on BACKPAGE and it appears it was the cops who started all the talk about paying for sex.

Anthony has been suspended from the airwaves and has made a public apology to his wife and kids. Anthony has plead not guilty and I think the whole case should be thrown out.

Written by Zac Porter

Zac Porter

Zac Porter is a contributing writer for WJS and three other online websites. Zac is an avid fan of the Los Angeles Clippers, Lob City, and a die hard fan and alumni of the UCLA Bruins. Zac has been with WJS since it’s inception but briefly left to finish his education. Now a graduate and on the path to even greater success, follow Zac for all your basketball needs, and of course the John Wooden Pyramid of Success.