SAN DIEGO (AP) – Kellen Winslow Jr., a former NFL No. 1 draft pick and son of a Hall of Famer starring for his hometown of San Diego Chargers, will be brought to trial on Monday for several charges, including the rape of two women last year and the rape of an unconscious 17-year-old girl in 2003.
The 35-year-old, who was once the highest-paid NFL but saw his career was distracted by injuries, could to live a life in prison if convicted.
He did not plead guilty to all charges, a total of 12 counts. A total of five women are listed as victims in the complaint, which also contains allegations of indecent behavior and indecent exposure.
His lawyer, Brian Watkins, in an email to The Associated Press, said, "We look forward to defending Mr. Winslow."
Winslow was arrested in 2018 after authorities claimed they had connections with him and two alleged breaches in a 71-year-old woman on June 1 and an 86-year-old woman on June 7 were reported in the Pacific beach town of Encinitas north of San Diego.
After depositing a bail, he was arrested again for raping two women, a 54-year-old woman and a 59-year-old woman, in March 2018. old woman in May 2018. Both women were attacked in Encinitas. He is accused of kidnapping the 54-year-old.
Also in May 2018, a 57-year-old Ms. Winslow accused her of exposing herself. Another woman stepped forward and said she had been attacked by him when she was 17 years old.
While in custody on a $ 2 million bail, he was arrested twice before a 77-year-old woman was arrested twice in a gym in February of this year for lewd behavior. He has since been detained without bail.
The prosecutor said he was against middle-aged women and the elderly.
Winslow is the son of Hall of Famer Kellen Winslow.  The former Miami University star had 469 catches for 5,236 yards and 25 touchdowns in 105 games.
From 2004, he broke his right leg in his rookie season and suffered a serious injury to his right knee in a motorcycle accident in the postseason.
Until 2013 he played for Cleveland, Tampa Bay, New England and the New York Jets.
He was suspended in 2013 with the jets for violating the League's performance-enhancing drug policy. That same year, he was arrested after a woman told the police she saw him masturbating in a parked car outside a New Jersey department store. Winslow was arrested for possession of synthetic marijuana, and the charges were dropped after he had fulfilled the legal requirements.