Buccaneers’ Official Fired After Being Caught In Child Sex-Sting Operation

The Buccaneers have fired an executive after he was one of 32 people arrested in a child sex sting operation in Clermont. Brian Weiss, luxury suite manager, is no longer employed by the Buccaneers, a team official confirmed to the Tampa Bay Business Journal. The Daily Commercial in Leesburg reported Wednesday that Weiss was one of the suspects lured to a vacation home in a predator sex-sting operation.

Lake County Sheriff’s deputies charged the men, ages 19 to 63, with traveling to meet a minor for sex, obscene communication using a computer, and lewd and lascivious behavior, the sheriff’s department told the newspaper. They face 25 years in prison if convicted, the report said.


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