Five football players on the prestigious De Matha High School team in Maryland have been withdrawn from the program after apparently hiring prostitutes.
The Catholic boys' school students who play for the nationally renowned 'Stags' reportedly hired the sex workers early on Saturday morning following a Friday night win against Hillside in North Carolina.
Sources say the boys used the internet to book the three prostitutes who arrived at their room shortly after a final 4am hallway check at their lodgings.
One of the boys' parents - who remains anonymous to protect the identity of the minors - told the Washington Post that a few of the boys had engaged in sexual relations with the prostitutes.
Two of the five boys have already been withdrawn from the school while two are facing expulsion and one boy will come before a disciplinary board tomorrow.
The news comes as a shock to all those who know De Matha in Hyattsville as a prominent breeding ground for NFL players such as Byron Westbrook and Josh Wilson of the Washington Redskins.
None of the five boys, however, were starters for the team.
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