Former NFL baller Kevin Winslow Jr. is potentially facing decades behind bars for multiple, very serious, criminal charges. The 34-year-old San Diego native was arrested in his hometown on Thursday, reports TMZ via the San Diego County District Attorney.
Winslow was arrested just last week for allegedly breaking into a mobile home in a San Diego-area trailer park and was charged with felony burglary. It's not known if his latest arrest is somehow related to last week's bust.
While speaking with TMZ, the San Diego D.A. told the site, "A warrant was issued this morning for Kellen Winslow II’s arrest and he was taken into custody by San Diego Sheriff’s Deputies Thursday afternoon ... Arraignment is anticipated Friday, June 15 ... Charges will be announced at that time."
Regarding Winslow's latest arrest, the former tight end is facing a bevy of charges comprised of:
-- 2 counts of kidnapping with intent to commit rape
-- 2 counts of forcible rape
-- 1 count of forcible sodomy
-- 1 count of forcible oral copulation
-- 2 counts of residential burglary
-- 1 count of indecent exposure.
If convicted of all charges, Winslow will spend the rest of his life behind bars.
According to officials, a search warrant has been executed on the former football player's home.