Darren Sharper, former NFL safety and convicted rapist, may be subject to strict supervision and penis monitoring (yes, penis monitoring) for the rest of his life, even after he’s released from prison.
Darren Sharper has been convicted of drugging and raping numerous women in California, Nevada, Arizona and Louisiana. He will only be spending nine years in prison for his crimes in California, Nevada and Arizona as his sentences are concurrent. However, he is looking at a deal of strict monitoring in lieu of a 20-year sentence in Louisiana, if two New Orleans judges agree to it. Under this deal, he would be subject to intense supervision for the rest of his life,
Once released from prison, he would submit to GPS monitoring while on parole in California. When parole is over, he would be sent to Arizona where he would spend the the remainder of his days complying to a series of strict rules that, if broken, would land him back in prison.
Under the terms of the deal, Darren Sharper would never be able to have another drink, go to another bar, have any online dating profiles or travel in excess of 50 miles away from his house without permission. He would also undergo sex offender treatment involving a weird sort of penis monitoring program called ‘penile plethysmograph.’
Curated from LAist
So the former New Orleans Saints Super Bowl champion, Darren Sharper, pled guilty to drugging and raping multiple women in California, Louisiana, Arizona, and Nevada. As part of his plea bargain deal, Darren Sharper will only serve 9 years in prison. Once he’s released, he will be subject to strict supervision and penis monitoring for the rest of his life.
Darren Sharper Life After Prison
Here’s what’s going to happen to Darren Sharper once he’s released from prison.
- He’ll be tracked by California officials by GPS for the first 3 to 5 years
- He’ll be required to undergo sex offender treatment.
- He will be prohibited from drinking alcohol, going to bars, and liquor stores.
- He will be banned from sex shops and internet dating.
- He will need approval before traveling more than 50 miles from his home.
- He will be forced to take “penile plethysmograph” tests in Arizona.
If he breaks any of these rules, Darren Sharper will have to serve a 20 year prison sentence in Louisiana. None of the 9 years he already served will count towards this 20 year sentence. Sex offenders often undergo a penile plethysmograph to figure out how likely they are to reoffend. A sensor will be attached to Darren Sharper’s penis to measure his arousal level as sexual images are shown to him.
Darren Sharper will never have a chance for a normal life again, not that he really deserves one. (Darren Sharper is an alumni of the College of William & Mary and they kicked him out of their Hall of Fame.)