Kellen Winslow Jr., ex-Jets tight end, pleads not guilty to multiple sex crime charges including attempted rape of four woman

Former Jets player Kellen Winslow Jr. was a monster on the field, and he may be a monster off the gridiron, too.


The ex-tight end allegedly kidnapped and raped two homeless women, a 54-year-old and a 59-year-old. He is also facing charges of burglary with the intent to commit rape a 71-year-old and an 86-year-old woman, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Winslow, 34, pleaded not guilty to the sex crimes — which have occurred since March — at his arraignment in Vista Superior court on Friday.


The judge said there was “clear and convincing” evidence that Winslow poses a threat to the public and ordered him held without bail.

The disgraced ex-NFLer was arrested on Thursday at his Encinitas home on nine different charges, which including forcible rape, forcible sodomy, forcible oral copulation, kidnapping with the intent to commit rape, burglary and indecent exposure, the Union-Tribune reported.

It doesn’t end there.

Winslow was arrested on June 7, accused of breaking into a trailer inside a mobile home park in the San Diego suburb where he lives.

He was in due in court on that burglary charge the day he was busted.

His father, Pro Football Hall of Famer Kellen Winslow Sr., attended his son’s arraignment.


Winslow last played in the NFL in 2013 with the Jets and also spent time with the Patriots, Buccaneers and Browns during his nine-year career.

This is his second-sex related bust.

In November 2013, Winslow was arrested in New Jersey after a woman told police she saw him masturbating inside a parked car outside of a department store. Later that year, he was nabbed for possession of synthetic marijuana, but the charge was dropped after he completed his court-ordered terms.