Nigerian international, Isaac Success is in the news for the wrong reason as he was reportedly arrested by the UK police after an angry bust-up with four prostitutes who he accused of cheating him out of £2,000.
Success, 21, is said to have boasted about his £30,000-a-week wages to the girls after meeting them in a strip club in London’s West End. Escort Alexis Domerge claims the player paid her and three other women £500 each to party with him at the luxury Sopwell House hotel, Hertfordshire.
But Success, who has scored just once in 19 Watford appearances, was later arrested in the hotel after police were called and an allegation of assault was made, according to The Sun. Ms Domerge, 24, said Success angrily demanded his money back after he had downed two bottles of Baileys liqueur.
She told The Sun: “He accused us of ripping him off and asked for his money to be returned It was terrifying. He had paid four of us £500 each to party with him and we all got naked as soon as the money came through on our phone bank accounts. He was drinking Baileys straight from the bottle.”
A spokesman for Hertfordshire Police confirmed they are investigating an allegation of assault reported to have happened at 6.30am on September 11. Michaela Carter, 30, was also in the hotel room and claims all four girls massaged Success for 90 minutes after he boasted about his prowess.
Success transferred £2,000 into one of the girl’s bank accounts but after 90 minutes they had to leave. The player is alleged to have demanded his money back and caused a commotion that alerted hotel staff, who then called police.
Ms Carter says she suffered a light cut to the face and a bruise on her arm during the incident. Officers arrived to the first-floor suite at the hotel, where Success had stacks of designer clothes including pairs of £800 Christian Louboutin shoes.
It is claimed Success admitted to police he paid the girls for sex and he was put in handcuffs while claiming he had been cheated out of his money. The hotel then booted them out and Success, who signed for Watford for £12.5million in July 2016, told his bank to block the payment to the escorts.
He had not played in Watford’s 2-0 win at Southampton on September 9 but enjoyed a night out the following day in London, when he met the girls.