Former Brown's Firm End The arrest of Kellen Winslow Jr. has taken a dark turn.
According to NBC San Diego, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department said that Winslow was charged on Thursday for abduction and rape.
Winslow was charged with breaking in on June 7 after allegedly leaving a home in Encinitas, California. A man confronted him and Winslow allegedly left the scene.
The witness took pictures of Winslow's car, which eventually led to his arrest.
Winslow's publicist Denise White issued a statement by a lawyer saying that the truth would come out and that the former NFL tight was not doing anything wrong.
"Mr Winslow emphatically denies having committed a burglary," the statement said. "He would not have to burn or steal anything from someone in a trailer park, and he looks forward to being confirmed once that matter is fully investigated and settled by the court system."
This Statement Related to the Alleged Burglary
Now, according to NBC San Diego, Winslow was charged with "two cases of abduction with the intention of committing a rape, two charges of violent rape, one of compulsory sodomy charges," a charge of violent oral copulation, two counts of residential burglary and one count of indecent suspensions. "
It is unclear whether the charges stem from the alleged incident at Encinitas on June 7, or if they ever happened.
Winslow was originally scheduled to arrest on Thursday, June 7th. His indictment was postponed for Friday.
The 34-year-old played nine seasons in the NFL for the Browns, Jets and Buccaneers. He collected 5,236 yards and 25 touchdowns.