Ohio State backup quarterback Kenny Guiton allegedly visited the same business that is at the center of an NCAA investigation involving players exchanging their memorabilia for tattoos.
Until this point, Guiton's name has never been associated with the tattoo shop at the center of suspensions for six of his teammates, but 10 Investigates obtained a photo of Guiton, who was allegedly there in December.
A woman who spoke with 10 Investigates last week said that while she was at Fine Line Ink tattoos on Dec. 7, several Buckeyes were there, including Guiton, who she photographed in the tattoo chair.
"We saw something we probably shouldn't see," said the woman who requested anonymity.
The NCAA has already suspended starting quarterback Terrelle Pryor and others for swapping memorabilia at the shop but the infraction occurred before April 2010, 10 Investigates' Paul Aker reported.
The incident the woman described allegedly took place after the infractions occurred and a full eight months after former coach Jim Tressel first learned of his players swapping memorabilia at the shop.
"I feel bad it's all going on," the woman said. "It's a shame to see everything that has come out."
The woman said that someone at the shop told her players had swapped an autographed football for tattoos. It is not clear whether Guiton took part in the alleged trading.
10 Investigates attempted to contact Guiton for several days but could not reach him.
A Fine Line artist who refused an on-camera interview confirmed that players visited the shop in December but he said the allegations of swapping are mistaken.
Ohio State administrators continue to say that the university has an active investigation with the NCAA "and are working jointly with them until the investigation is resolved."
The university said it would not release any details about its investigation until the NCAA has completed its work.
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