Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow II will face trial on two felony counts of rape, two felony counts of kidnapping with intent to commit rape, one count of forcible sodomy and other charges, a judge ruled Thursday, the second day of Winslow’s preliminary hearing in Vista, California.
Winslow’s bail was set at $2 million by Superior Court Judge Harry M. Elias, according to The San Diego Union-Tribune.
Winslow, who has pleaded not guilty to the charges, also faces one misdemeanor count of indecent exposure and two misdemeanor counts of trespassing. The trespassing counts were initially felonies, but Elias knocked them down to misdemeanors, the Union-Tribune reported.
Winslow had been held without bail since his arrest last month. Two criminal counts of attempted burglary were thrown out.
In an unrelated case, Winslow was charged Thursday with raping an unconscious teenager 15 years ago.
Authorities say the 17-year-old girl was assaulted in 2003 in San Diego County.
Other details haven’t been released. Winslow has pleaded not guilty to Thursday’s charges, which were filed after the preliminary hearing into the initial case had concluded.
A preliminary hearing on the new case is set for Aug. 17.
During closing arguments in the preliminary hearing Thursday, Deputy District Attorney Dan Owens said DNA linked Winslow to a 54-year-old woman who alleges Winslow raped her after picking her up while she was hitchhiking. The woman failed to identify Winslow in court Wednesday, identifying his attorney instead.
Two other women also failed to identify Winslow in court Wednesday.
Prosecutors allege the crimes were committed against multiple women between March and June in Encinitas, California, where Winslow lives. He was arrested in June.
Winslow, 34, played 10 seasons in the NFL and was a 2007 Pro Bowl selection. His final season was 2013, his lone season with the New York Jets.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.