Kellen Winslow II back in San Diego jail accused of lewd conduct

Kellen Winslow Jr

Kellen Winslow Jr

Former University of Miami All-American and National Football League pro bowler Kellen Winslow II was charged with two counts of lewd conduct last week by the San Diego County District Attorney's Office over a hot tub altercation with a 77-year-old woman at a gym.

According to Teri Figueroa of The San Diego Union-Tribune, prosecutors brought new charges against Winslow on Monday after a 77-year-old woman accused him of lewd conduct at a gym in Carlsbad, Calif., last month.

The 35-year-old son of former San Diego Charger legend Kellen Winslow, who's being held at the Vista Detention Facility, pleaded not guilty Monday to a pair of lewd conduct counts and one count each of elder abuse and battery of an elder.

Former Cleveland Browns tight end Winslow has had a history of alleged sexual criminality and was already out on bail following claims that he had raped three women, two of whom he is alleged to have kidnapped.

Last June, Winslow was charged with kidnapping and raping two transient women, according to the Union-Tribune.

On Feb. 13, Winslow Jr. was exercising near the woman at the gym when he allegedly touched himself and asked the woman if she liked it, said Owens. He remained out on bail at the time of the most recent incident.

Winslow also faces rape charges after a woman came forward last year to allege that he raped her in 2003 when she was 17 years old. According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, trial in that case is scheduled for next month.

Winslow, the son of Hall-of-Fame tight end Kellen Winslow, entered the National Football League in 2004.

And now a judge has ruled that the terms of that bail release were violated, following the latest allegations leveled at the former National Football League player during a workout session at a San Diego gym.

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