Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow II is back behind bars -- this time without bail -- after two new allegations of lewd conduct were filed against the 35-year-old on Monday. The erstwhile Cleveland Browns first-rounder has been accused of lewd activity in front of a 77-year-old woman on separate occasions at a Carlsbad, Calif. gym.
Winslow was out on $2 million bail for crimes of kidnapping and rape, which would result in Winslow being imprisoned for life if found guilty. These latest accusations are just making matters worse for an increasingly troubled man.
Judge revokes Kellen Winslow II's bail after new allegations of misconduct arise https://t.co/xeNdmLqsMf— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) March 5, 2019
According to Teri Figueroa of the San Diego Union Tribune, the woman accused Winslow of touching himself in front of her and asking if she liked it, as well as acting inappropriately in the gym's hot tub.
Winslow's trial for the previously reported incidents is set to begin next month, with Winslow pleading not guilty to the kidnapping and sexual assault charges. The same judge from his trial ordered that Winslow be placed back in custody with no bail after the latest allegations.
Winslow played 10 seasons in the NFL, spending time with the Browns, Buccaneers, Patriots and Jets before retiring in 2013. He is the son of Hall of Fame tight end Kellen Winslow Sr.
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