SAN DIEGO – Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow II returned to court on Wednesday, and his attorney is trying to drop some of the charges Winslow faces.
Winslow II, whose trial is slated to begin on Mar. 19, was arrested back in June on kidnapping and rape charges. Winslow II was released from jail in July after posting his $2 million bail.
Since being released on bail, Winslow II has had to follow multiple conditions. Winslow’s been on house arrest and has had to wear a GPS tracking device.
In addition, he has not been allowed to have any contact with the alleged victims, and he had to hand over his passport.
Winslow II is charged with two counts of kidnapping with intent to rape, two counts of rape, one count of forcible sodomy, and two counts of residential robbery.
Winslow II has pleaded not guilty, and is facing life in prison if convicted on all charges.