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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Quarterback Daunte Culpepper and three other Minnesota Vikings were charged Thursday with three misdemeanors each for taking part in a bawdy boat party earlier this season on Lake Minnetonka.
Culpepper, Bryant McKinnie, Fred Smoot and Moe Williams were charged with indecent conduct, disorderly conduct and lewd or lascivious conduct, according to court papers.
If convicted, each player faces a maximum of 90 days in jail on each count.
Prosecutor Steve Tallen's decision was based on findings by the Hennepin County sheriff's office, whose investigators reviewed allegations of lewd and drunken behavior aboard a floating party Oct. 6 that involved some Vikings players.
Crew members complained that some people took off their clothes and engaged in public sex acts during the cruise, according to Stephen Doyle, an attorney representing the boat owners, Al & Alma's Supper Club and Charter Cruises in Mound. The crew members identified 17 Vikings among about 90 people on the two boats.
According to the criminal complaints:
After the boats left the dock, crew members noticed many female passengers going to a lower restroom area and emerging in scant clothing.
Culpepper got a lap dance from a naked woman in one boat's bar area, and put his hands on the buttocks of another dancer. McKinnie placed a woman on a bar in the lounge area and performed oral sex; later, he and three other unidentified men received oral sex from four women while sitting in deck chairs.
Smoot used a sex toy on two women on the floor in the lounge area, and Williams got a lap dance from a topless dancer and placed his hands on her breasts.
The court papers released Thursday said Smoot and defensive end Lance Johnstone arranged the charter.
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