Put one tally in the win column for ex-NHL agent David Frost. He has just been acquitted in a case involving four sexual exploitation charges (reduced from the twelve I originally reported). He still has to deal with a fraud charge after using a former client’s credit card without permission (yeah…Mike Danton, the guy who tried to have Frost killed) and probably as a witness in the murder-for-hire plot orchestrated by Danton. Will the Phoenix Coyotes permit Frost near its players now? Frost may have gotten away from a conviction for sexual exploitation, but he still seems like a guy you may not want as a close friend. Some of his players from his coaching days had this to say about Mr. Frost:
Frost was a tough coach, known to swear at and degrade his players. He would throw sticks at them. He dumped garbage on one player and pushed and punched Mr. [Mike] Danton.
Based on reputation, his character seems questionable, acquittal or not. And whether or not he actually committed sexual exploitation, do you really want your son represented by a guy who was involved in threesomes with the players he coaches and their girlfriends? Lawyers are not even permitted to have sexual relations with their own clients. With your own players? Oy vey.