Three SMU Football Players Were Allegedly Robbed By A Prostitute

DALLAS - SEPTEMBER 24: Fans of the SMU Mustangs wave a flag during play against the TCU Horned Frogs at Gerald J. Ford Stadium on September 24 2010 in Dallas Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

The house of three SMU football players was allegedly burglarized by a prostitute, according to a report from CBS 11 News.

The players filed a police report for the incident, which reportedly happened on April 28. According to the report from CBS 11 News, Uchenna Nwabuike, a redshirt sophomore, told police he, "made a deal with the suspect to have sex with her for $50."

Nwabuike did not pay the alleged suspect, then left her alone in the house while he and his two roommates attended the end-of-year football team banquet. When they returned to the house, more than $3,000 worth of laptops, televisions and video games were stolen.

Police are still searching for the suspect and the stolen property. SMU officials were apparently unaware of the incident prior to Thursday.

Officials claim they were unaware of the burglary or its connection to a prostitute, until CBS 11 News approached them Thursday morning.

In a statement to CBS 11 News, a spokesman said, "We're investigating the facts of the matter and will deal with it appropriately according to university guidelines."

Nwabuike has played in nine games during his SMU career, recording eight tackles and one sack.

For more on SMU, visit SB Nation Dallas.

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