You mean a new place to be profiled and entrapped by an undercover cop?
Henton was arrested after a woman -- actually an undercover Columbus police officer -- along N. High Street waved to him. When he approached her, the officer asked him if he wanted sex.
Henton replied, "What?" Phillips said Henton was asking "what?" because he was confused. Police said he was questioning what type of sex acts he could buy.
A tape released by police showed Henton's arrest in the area of High Street and Sixth Avenue.
"You looking to party?" the undercover officer asked.
"Where are you partying?" Henton allegedly asked.
However, Henton's attorneys dispute what is on the tape and said their client was not in the area for sex.
"No sex act was mentioned by him," said attorney James Phillips. "No money was mentioned by him. The officer just came up to him and said, 'Do you want to blank,' and he said, 'What?"
Phillips said Henton only stopped his car because the woman waved at him.
"If a woman waves at you to stop you see if she's OK," he said. "He's been sitting on the sidelines now for six weeks - a penalty far in-excess of the penalties for most players for most things."
Head footbal coach Jim Tressel offered a statement through the university on Monday.
"After serving a seven-game suspension, Antonio is a member with full privileges of the Ohio State football team," Tressel said. "Antonio has handled the situation properly."
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