Former NFL star Darren Sharper has been sentenced to nine years in prison after pleading guilty to sexual assault, and no contest to two rape charges and four druggings in California.
The athlete was originally sentenced to 20 years behind bars, but will only serve half of that (he has been locked up for the past year) — much to the dismay of his former teammates.
"It's disgusting and beyond repulsive," former NFL linebacker Scott Fujita told 'TMZ.' "I'm a dad of three daughters ... If he ends up only serving 9 years, it's an absolute shame. It's way too short."
Sharper was also sentenced to eight years of prison in Nevada after pleading guilty to sexual assault of two girls, and nine years in Arizona after pleading guilty to the same crime, but all of his plea deals will be served at the same time.
This basically means that despite all of the women he's sexually assaulted, he will be a free man come March 2024.
Once released, he will have to register as a sex offender and remain on probation for the rest of his life.
'TMZ' broke the news.