On Tuesday ex-NFL Network employee Jami Cantor leveled a series of sexual harassment accusations against several former co-workers, including: ex-executive producer Eric Weinberger, as well as ex-NFL players Marshall Faulk, Ike Taylor, Donovan McNabb, Heath Evans, and Warren Sapp. The accusations that Cantor made were part of a wrongful termination lawsuit filed against the network.

According to that suit, Sapp had Cantor watch him urinate and also gave her sex toys as presents:

Mr. Sapp also gave Plaintiff sex toys as a Christmas gifts three years in a row, showed Plaintiff nude pictures of numerous women he claimed to have slept with, and openly talked about his sex life in front of Plaintiff and other NFL employees, including supervisors.

Fast forward to Wednesday morning, where Sapp stated that he would address the accusations in the afternoon:

During that address (which can be heard in its entirety here), Sapp offered a defense for the peeing story. He also said that the sex toys in question were "little vibrators." He also said he brought them at the request of some women who were employed by the network.

Part of that interview was reported by USA TODAY's A.J. Perez, who quoted Sapp saying that the vibrators "weren't about sex."

In response to that, Sapp posted a picture of the vibrators, which seems unadvisable:

He threw that pic up a few more times which got him to trend because, man, Warren Sapp never seems to be trending for anything good: