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Ex-player Kellen Winslow II arrested on suspicion of multiple sex crimes

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Former NFL player Kellen Winslow II was arrested Thursday on suspicion of numerous sex-crime charges, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department announced.

The charges include two counts of forcible rape, one count of forcible sodomy, one count of forcible oral copulation, one count of kidnapping with the intent to commit rape, residential burglary and indecent exposure.

The sheriff's department did not provide any further information about the alleged crimes.

Winslow, arrested at his home in the San Diego suburb of Encinitas, posted $50,000 bail and was released. He is scheduled to be arraigned on Friday.

A week ago, Winslow was arrested on a felony charge of first-degree burglary in Encinitas.

The 34-year-old Winslow, who played 10 seasons in the NFL and was a 2007 Pro Bowl selection, was stopped by police in his SUV and was identified as the individual involved in a residential burglary at a mobile home park.

The sheriff's department said earlier this week it was investigating the circumstances of the arrest. A spokesperson for the department said Winslow had given inconsistent and varied statements relating to why he was in the mobile home park.

Winslow, the son of Hall of Fame tight end Kellen Winslow, has not played in the NFL since 2013, his lone season with the New York Jets. He missed four games that season because of a suspension for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing drugs. He also was arrested that year for possession of synthetic marijuana.

Winslow had his best season with the Cleveland Browns in 2007, when he caught 82 passes for 1,106 yards and five touchdowns and was a Pro Bowl selection. He also played for the Tampa Bay BuccaneersSeattle Seahawks and New England Patriots during his career.

http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/23795898/kellen-winslow-ii-arrested-suspicion-sex-crimes

 

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Complaint against Kellen Winslow II alleges 5 incidents including rape and burglary

 
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http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/courts/sd-me-winslow-complaint-20180615-story.html

 
As he is lead from the courtroom, former NFL player Kellen Winslow II looks toward where his father Kellen Winslow, also a former NFL player, was seated during Winslow II's arraignment on multiple felony charges, including kidnapping and rape, at the Vista Courthouse on Friday. (Hayne Palmour IV/San Diego Union-Tribune)

Former NFL player Kellen Winslow II — son of Chargers great Kellen Winslow — pleaded not guilty Friday to multiple felony charges, including accusations of kidnapping and raping two transient women, one of them a hitchhiker who had gotten into his SUV.

The complaint outlining the charges against Winslow points to five alleged offenses since March, which also include a charge of indecent exposure and two counts of burglary with intent to commit rape.

Winslow II, 34, appeared in Vista Superior Court for arraignment on eight felony counts and one misdemeanor. He faces life in prison if convicted.

The female victims in the complaint range between ages 54 and 86. Deputy District Attorney Dan Owens outlined the allegations during the hearing.

 

The first two alleged victims said they were raped after getting into a vehicle. The third had been gardening when a man exposed himself. In the case of the last two victims, the prosecutor said, a man had entered their mobile homes.

All the alleged crimes happened in Encinitas, where Winslow II lives.

Among the charges in the complaint:

  • Kidnap, rape and forced oral copulation of a 54-year-old woman in March;
  • Kidnap, rape and sodomy of a 59-year-old woman in May;
  • Indecent exposure in May (the victim was a 55-year-old woman);
  • Burglary with the intent to rape a 71-year-old woman in June; and
  • Burglary with the intent to rape an 86-year-old woman in June.

After hearing from Owens during the arraignment, Judge Robert P. Dahlquist ordered Winslow II to remain jailed on a no-bail status.

After the arraignment, the defendant’s attorneys declined comment.

Winslow II’s father was among the supporters in the courtroom. After the hearing, he and his son’s wife, Janelle Winslow, issued the following statement:

"On behalf of our son and my husband, we want to reiterate our love, support and affection for him during this difficult process. We will always be there for him and we know the true facts will come out.”

 
Former NFL player Kellen Winslow Sr., who played for the San Diego Chargers, exits the Vista Courthouse after his son Kellen Winslow II, also a former NFL player, was arraigned Friday on multiple felony charges, including kidnapping and rape, (Hayne Palmour IV/San Diego Union-Tribune)

The last incident in the complaint happened June 7 — and that is the case that initially landed Winslow II under arrest.

On that day, a neighbor called authorities about 2:40 p.m. to report seeing a stranger go inside a mobile home where an 86-year-old woman was sleeping. The man emerged shirtless. The neighbor confronted him and the man left in a black SUV.

Deputies arrested Winslow in the area of site, the Park Encinitas Mobile Home Park on El Camino Real. He was arrested on suspicion of felony burglary.

Within hours, the former football player posted $50,000 bail and was released from county jail with an order to show up in court earlier this week.

Winslow II’s publicist said later that the arrest had been the result of an over-reaction from the neighbor.

On Thursday, the day he was to go to court, Winslow II was instead re-arrested — and this time, he was charged with nine counts.

"We will always be there for him and we know the true facts will come out.” — Kellen Winslow, Sr. and Janelle Winslow (Winslow II's wife)
 

Deputies had kept Winslow II under surveillance after he bailed out of jail early June 8.

In the wake of that first arrest, Owens said, Winslow II tried to sell his Hummer H2.

"The San Diego Sheriff’s Department, in the investigation of each of these separately reported incidents, did an excellent job tying all the leads together, being able to conduct a thorough investigation, which ultimately led to our ability to charge in this case,” Owens said after the hearing.

The incidents linked to both rape charges share certain similarities. In each instance, a woman got into a vehicle and was driven to an isolated spot where she was attacked.

The first victim — who had been hitchhiking when she got into the vehicle — reported that the assailant "told her if she screamed, he would murder her,” Owens said of the March 17 attack.

The prosecutor said the assailant had threatened to kill the second rape victim when she was attacked on May 13.

The two rape cases account for the first six charges.

 
Deputy District Attorney Dan Owens (Hayne Palmour IV/San Diego Union-Tribune)

On May 24, a 55-year-old woman was gardening when a man approached and commented on the flowers she was pruning. They spoke and she turned to walk away, but she suspected the man was following her. She "turned around and saw him two feet behind her with his erect P exposed,” Owens said.

She ran inside and called authorities with her husband. The incident is charged as a misdemeanor indecent exposure.

On June 1, a 71-year-old woman found a man in her mobile home and confronted him, "initially afraid of why he was there,” Owens said.

The man told the woman he was looking for a particular unit — the same number as hers — and she told him to try another park in the area. He left.

The final charge relates to the incident on June 7, when a neighbor saw and confronted a man who had gone into the home of an 86-year-old woman, who was asleep.

The last two charges are burglary with the intent to commit a sex offense. Under California law, burglary does not necessarily mean something was taken. It can be charged if a person entered a building with the intent to commit a crime.

 
With attorneys Brian Watkins, left, and Harvey Steinberg standing in front of him, Kellen Winslow II appeared in a Vista courtroom Friday for his arraignment on multiple felony charges. He pleaded not guilty. (Hayne Palmour IV/San Diego Union-Tribune)

Also in court, Owens referenced a November 2013 incident in New Jersey involving Winslow II.

In that matter, according to nj.com and a police report posted on the website, a 58-year-old woman called police to report seeing a man in a Cadillac Escalade ****ing in a Target parking lot.

Police found Winslow II in the vehicle. There were two open jars of Vaseline but he was not exposing himself. No charges related to ****ion were filed, but he was arrested for possession of synthetic marijuana. The charges were later dismissed.

Owens said there is a possibility of other victims. He encouraged other possible victims to come forward and report allegations to the Sheriff’s Department.

Winslow II was born in San Diego, where he grew up and attended Patrick Henry and Scripps Ranch high schools before attending the University of Miami.

The sixth draft pick in 2004, Winslow II played in the NFL for 10 seasons. He started with the Cleveland Browns for five years, then was with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the next three years. He played one season each for the New England Patriots and then the New York Jets.

 
What a total Worthless POS. If found guilty, he'll be in prison for the rest of his life.

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2 hours ago, VaBeach_Eagle said:

 

Complaint against Kellen Winslow II alleges 5 incidents including rape and burglary

 
 
What a total Worthless POS. If found guilty, he'll be in prison for the rest of his life.

I’ll just say this...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cocaine is a hell of a drug!

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50 minutes ago, bwestbrook36 said:

I couldn't believe is only 34. The idiot should still be playing. 

And Browns took him over Big Ben.

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On ‎6‎/‎15‎/‎2018 at 1:49 AM, Captain F said:

He has that Aaron Hernandez vibe.  

Fast forward to some point in the future where he's been tried, convicted and sentenced to life without the possibility of parole. He's never going to see the light of day, free, ever again.

What are the odds that he offs himself like Hernandez did?

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29 minutes ago, VaBeach_Eagle said:

Fast forward to some point in the future where he's been tried, convicted and sentenced to life without the possibility of parole. He's never going to see the light of day, free, ever again.

What are the odds that he offs himself like Hernandez did?

He will claim that cte made him break in to trailer parks to rape 70 year old ladies. 

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"But if they are 30 years older than you, you can't be arrested because of the statute of limitations"

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Kellen Winslow (the father) sat directly across the aisle from me at an Eagles-Bucs game a few years ago when he son played for the Bucs. He was pretty quiet. Said hello to the fans who recognized him but pretty much kept a low profile.

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On 6/16/2018 at 9:00 PM, VaBeach_Eagle said:

Fast forward to some point in the future where he's been tried, convicted and sentenced to life without the possibility of parole. He's never going to see the light of day, free, ever again.

What are the odds that he offs himself like Hernandez did?

Rae Carruth just got out.

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Just now, skippyx said:

Rae Carruth just got out.

Yeah, and he shouldn't have, he should be imprisoned for the same length of time that his victim is going to be dead. Winslow will likely be facing multiple kidnapping charges as well as multiple rape charges along with intent to kidnap and rape charges.

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On 6/16/2018 at 11:45 PM, PhillyGreenMachine said:

Spoken like an angry middle school basketball coach lol!

More like a middle schooler. Can't believe I never saw this. It was not only cringy but just felt so forced. Like a child using curse words for the first time lol.

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On ‎6‎/‎18‎/‎2018 at 10:37 PM, ShakeThatMonkey said:

More like a middle schooler. Can't believe I never saw this. It was not only cringy but just felt so forced. Like a child using curse words for the first time lol.

The thing about that little tirade that he went on is that he was calling himself a 'soldier' in a 'war', is that he made those comments at a time when the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq were pretty hot and real soldiers were dying in real wars. He made himself look like a fool trying to call himself a 'soldier' in a 'war' when all he was, was a foolish kid playing a game in the safety of a college football stadium.

Afterwards, he took so much heat that he had to apologize:

Winslow 'regrets' making comments

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http://www.espn.com/college-football/news/story?id=1657901

CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Miami tight end Kellen Winslow
apologized Sunday for ripping officials and comparing himself to a
soldier after Tennessee's 10-6 win over the Hurricanes.

Winslow lashed out at Southeastern Conference officials
Saturday, saying they targeted him during the game.

Winslow, the son of NFL Hall of Fame tight end Kellen Winslow
Sr., caught seven passes for 88 yards but had a costly 15-yard
penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct in the fourth quarter.

He also nearly got flagged for standing over and taunting a
shaken Corey Campbell after a hard-hitting block in the third
quarter.

"It's war," Winslow said Saturday, his voice raised in the
locker room. "They're out there to kill you, so I'm out there to
kill them. We don't care about anybody but this U. They're going
after my legs. I'm going to come right back at them. I'm a ...
soldier."

In a statement released through the university Sunday, Winslow
apologized for his comments.

"After speaking with the press, I immediately regretted my
comments and felt embarrassed for my family, my team, the
University of Miami, our fans, alumni and myself," Winslow said.
"What I have learned from this experience is to take my triumphs
and failures in stride. My outburst should in no shape or form be a
reflection on this institution or the Miami football program.

"As for my reference to being a soldier in a war, I meant no
disrespect to the men and women who have served, or are currently
serving, in the armed forces. I cannot begin to imagine the
magnitude of war or its consequences."

 

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I, and other people thought, that he could be as good as his father but he lacked his father's work ethic.  I don't know if he has CTE issues and if that is contributing to this or if he is just a thug.  Winslow Sr. was such a great player. That Chargers team was fun to watch back in the day.

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