Former NFL Star Dana Stubblefield Sentenced to 15 Years to Life for Raping a Mentally Disabled Woman

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SJ - October 22, 2020

Former NFL star Dana Stubblefield, who played 11 years in the NFL, has been sentenced for the 2015 rape of a mentally disabled woman.

On Thursday the 49-year-old three-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle was sentenced to 15 years to life for the crime.

From TMZ Sports:

Stubblefield has repeatedly denied the allegations and claimed the sex was consensual.  There's of course the issue of a mentally disabled person being able to give consent.

Iqt's another sad example of life after the NFL gone wrong.  Some guys really need to find hobbies.

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