Yacht: Knot Guilty

A view of the yacht owned by University of Miami booster Nevin Shaprio. <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEOCVC000154" title="Nevin Shapiro" href="/topic/crime-law-justice/crime/nevin-shapiro-PEOCVC000154.topic">Nevin Shapiro</a> claims he entertained University of Miami football players and supplied them with prostitutes on this 58-foot Riviera yacht named “All Axcess'' beginning in 2003. Shapiro sold the yacht in 2008 to two Miami lawyers as partial payment for his legal bills. The attorneys renamed the boat “Knot Guilty.''
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( Handout / August 25, 2011 )

A view of the yacht owned by University of Miami booster Nevin Shaprio. Nevin Shapiro claims he entertained University of Miami football players and supplied them with prostitutes on this 58-foot Riviera yacht named “All Axcess'' beginning in 2003. Shapiro sold the yacht in 2008 to two Miami lawyers as partial payment for his legal bills. The attorneys renamed the boat “Knot Guilty.''

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