Ramapo Police Dept.
L.T. could be doing the two-step to the slammer.
NFL Hall of Famer and former Dancing With the Stars hoofer Lawrence Taylor was indicted Wednesday by a grand jury in Upstate New York on charges of rape, criminal sexual act and sexual abuse stemming from his arrest last month involving an alleged encounter with an underage prostitute.
Per the Rockland County District Attorney's Office, the jury also indicted the ex-footballer on charges of endangering the welfare of a child and patronizing a prostitute.
On May 6, police in Montebello, New York took Taylor into custody at a local Holiday Inn as part of an investigation into allegations that the 51-year-old ex-footballer had paid a 16-year-old girl $300 to have sex with him.
The teenage victim, who is a runaway from the Bronx, told detectives she was brought to the hotel by a pimp, identified as Rasheed Davis, who has since been arrested by the NYPD. She then alleged she had been "verbally threatened and physically assaulted" and reportedly sought treatment at a nearby hospital.
The onetime New York Giant pleaded not guilty to the charges and remains free on a $75,000 bond.
Taylor's attorney could not be reached for comment. If convicted of all the charges, he faces a maximum of four years in state prison.
Taylor's latest legal imbroglio has since cost him a lucrative contract with Nutrisystem, which sacked him as its pitchman in the wake of the incident.