Former NFL player Kellen Winslow II is being held without bail after prosecutors charged him with lewd conduct involving a 77-year-old woman.
The 35-year-old namesake son of Charger Hall of Famer is accused of touching himself in front of a woman inside of a San Diego gym on Feb.13, according to reports. The incident allegedly happened while Winslow was out on $2 million bail stemming from charges of rape and kidnap.
Nine days later the former Jets player while at the same gym allegedly got into a hot tub with the same woman wearing only a towel and engaged in more lewd conduct. Winslow is accused of touching the woman’s arm and foot as she got out of the hot tub to report the incident.
Winslow now faces two counts of lewd conduct and one count of battery against an elderly woman. He’s pled not guilty to all of the charges. Despite the misdemeanors. Winslow has been ordered to remain on house arrest.
The trial in Winslow’s kidnapping and rape cases also involve two 50-year-old women is set for next month. The alleged attacks took place in March and May. Last summer, another woman came forward to accuse Winslow of raping her in 2003 when she was 17 and he was 19. His attorney is requesting the charges in his rape and kidnapping case be dropped.