A California jury that convicted former NFL actor Kellen Winslow Jr. of raping a 58-year-old homeless lady was incompetent to mangle a deadlock on 8 other depends Tuesday, and a decider announced a mistrial on those charges. (Hayne Palmour/San Diego Union-Tribune around AP, Pool, File)
A decider announced a mistrial on an additional 8 charges for convicted former first-round NFL breeze pick Kellen Winslow Jr., after a California jury was incompetent to mangle a deadlock.
KELLEN WINSLOW JR. ACCUSED OF TOUCHING HIMSELF IN FRONT OF ELDERLY WOMAN, COPS SAY
The San Diego County Superior Court jury on Monday found a son of a Hall of Famer guilty of an conflict final year on a 58-year-old homeless lady in his lifelike beach village of Encinitas, north of San Diego.
The jury also found a 35-year-old former parsimonious finish guilty of faulty bearing and licentious control involving dual other women, though jurors found him not guilty of one count of a licentious act.
Winslow now faces adult to 9 years in prison. Conviction on all charges could have meant a life sentence.
Prosecutors did not immediately contend either they would retry a charges that resulted in a mistrial.
The decider progressing denied a invulnerability suit to boot a uncertain charges involving a purported rapes of a 54-year-old hitchhiker and an comatose teen.
The jury told a justice Monday it was unresolved on a other charges though a decider had systematic them to resume deliberations on Tuesday.
All 5 women testified during a nine-day trial. Winslow, who played for Cleveland, Tampa Bay, New England and a New York Jets, did not take a stand.
Defense attorneys forked out inconsistencies in a accusers’ testimonies and argued a women invented a allegations to chase on a resources of Winslow, who reportedly warranted over $40 million during his 10 seasons with a NFL.
The 5 women testified that they didn’t know Winslow was famous when they met him.
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Prosecutors pronounced a son of Hall of Famer Kellen Winslow felt empowered by his celebrity to abuse a many vulnerable.
Prosecutor Dan Owens told a jury of 8 group and 4 women that Winslow is a “wolf in sheep’s clothing.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.