Lawrence Taylor paid me $300 for sex, but I don’t want to ‘ruin his reputation,’ teen hooker says

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The baby-faced hooker Lawrence Taylor is accused of raping said Monday night she hadn’t recognized the Giants great and now doesn’t want to “ruin his reputation.”

The 16-year-old said Taylor was no brute – but not very charming, either.

“He paid me $300 cash to have sex with him,” said the petite, curly-haired teen whose pimp brought her to LT’s hotel room. “I got it over with as quickly as I could. Afterward, all he said was turn off the TV before you leave.”

She said she was brought to a Holiday Inn in Rockland County by Rasheed Davis, 36, who she says brutally beat her and forced her to have sex with Taylor.

Davis has been charged with sex trafficking.

Speaking outside her uncle’s apartment building on Westchester Ave. in the Bronx, the girl said she thinks Davis should go to jail “for a long time,” but she is not so sure about Taylor.

“I was a huge Giant fan,” she said, “and I used to look up to him.” She added, “I don’t want to ruin his reputation,” despite what happened in the hotel room.

“After all,” she said, “He’s in the Hall of Fame and he won two Super Bowls.”

The teen said the door to Taylor’s room was open when she arrived that night.

“I walked in and it was dark,” she said. “The only light was coming from the TVs in the living room and the bedroom. Lawrence Taylor was naked. We made some small conversation at the start.

“I didn’t know who he was and he didn’t tell me his name, either. He just said he was from Miami.

“He asked my age, and I told him I was 19,” said the girl, who looks considerably younger. “I knew what I was there for, and if I didn’t give him what he wanted, there would be consequences from Rasheed. I was afraid.”

The teenager said she had another concern. “The condom got stuck in me,” she said. “I told him, ‘I’d better not get pregnant,’ and he said, ‘It’s all right – I’m fixed.'”

The youngster, who said she now lives with her father, wants to turn her life around before it’s too late and “move forward.”

Gently touching a shiner around her right eye – which she said she received from Davis – she smiled and said, “I want to go back to school to get my GED, and maybe – someday – become a pediatrician.”

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