A former Oklahoma Sooners defensive back is being accused of prostituting a former University of Oklahoma cheerleader. In a Twitter account that is believed to be owned by Parker, according to CBS Detroit, she calls Moore her "other half." She also allegedly tweeted that Moore makes life "more fun."
Last week, an undercover officer met up with 23-year-old Micah Madison Parker who was allegedly advertising sex on Backpage.com. According to Crime Online, Parker offered sex to the cop in exchange for $200 before detectives swarmed the room to apprehend her.
Parker allegedly threw two cell phones in the toilet before her arrest. Officers recovered “burnt marijuana” and a substance that resembled codeine from the Oklahoma City hotel room, according to CBS Detroit.
Parker, who was on probation for a DUI, was charged with offering to engage in acts of prostitution, destruction of evidence, and two counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance. She was also wanted for probation violations at the time of her arrest, according to the New York Daily News. Parker left the Sooners cheerleading squad about two years ago.
Police investigated Parker’s telephone conversations from jail and social media exchanges and claim they revealed that 22-year-old Lawrence “LJ” Moore was her pimp. He was arrested as he tried to retrieve Parker’s car from the hotel. He had marijuana and codeine on him, according to the New York Daily News.
Moore played football back in 2013. He was arrested on complaints of pandering, aiding and abetting prostitution, possession of a controlled dangerous substance, and possession of marijuana. He has a prior felony conviction for inflicting injury to a spouse, based on the Crime Online report.
[Photo: Oklahoma County Jail]
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