Five Maryland high school football players were reportedly kicked off the team following an incident involving a prostitutes.
The DeMatha Catholic High School players allegedly hired prostitutes from a call service after winning their first game of the season against Hillside High School in North Carolina, the Washington Post reports.
The incident reportedly took place at the team's North Carolina hotel.
The players allegedly found the call service to hire the prostitutes online, then sneaked three women into the hotel, the Washington Post reports, citing the parent of one of the players.
There were 18 adult chaperones on the trip, according to the Washington Post.
Two players involved in the incident have reportedly withdrawn from DeMatha Catholic High School and two more may face expulsion. One player faces a disciplinary hearing.