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WTF: Former NBA first round pick Jim Farmer arrested, charged with human trafficking in Tennessee

According to regional newspaper The Tennessean, former NBA first round pick Jim Farmer has been arrested and faces charges of human trafficking following a sting operation:

Farmer was one of 16 men arrested in the two-day sting operation southeast of Nashville, Tennessee. He allegedly responded to an adult escort advertisement and agreed to both meet and pay $170 to an undercover officer who identified herself as a 16-year-old girl for sex, per the report.

Farmer played five seasons in the NBA after being selected at number 20 overall by the Dallas Mavericks.

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