Trav's Cheese Blog


In 2005, Members of the Minnesota Vikings rented two party boats and set sail on Lake Minnetonka . . . where they allegedly engaged in HIGHLY SEXUAL ACTS . . . with women . . . in front of crew members.

Four players . . . DAUNTE CULPEPPER, BRYANT MCKINNIE, FRED SMOOT, and MOE WILLIAMS . . . were charged with indecent conduct, disorderly conduct, and lewd or lascivious conduct two months later.

Charges against Vikings QB Culpepper were eventually dropped.

Williams was found guilty of disorderly conduct, but cleared of the other two charges.

Smoot and McKinnie took a plea deal and pled guilty to disorderly conduct charges. They were sentenced to 48 hours of community service and fined $1,000 each. They were also fined by the NFL for their part in the scandal . . . but they weren't suspended.

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