Kellen Winslow

In June, a jury found the former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow guilty of the May 2018 rape of an Encinitas homeless woman he had befriended, but the jury deadlocked on several other charges. Those are the focus of his retrial. The jury in June also found Winslow guilty of two misdemeanors: indecent exposure for flashing a 57-year-old-neighbor in May 2018 and lewd act targeting a 77-year-old woman at a Carlsbad gym in February. The gym incident happened while Winslow was free on bail and awaiting trial in the rape case. The jury deadlocked - in favor of conviction - on eight other charges, including the alleged rapes of the hitchhiker in March 2018 and of a teen girl at a San Diego house party in 2003, when Winslow was 19. No matter the outcome of this retrial, the convictions for rape, indecent exposure and a lewd act stand. At retrial, Winslow is charged with sexually assaulting three women, including the homeless woman from the May 2018 attack. Winslow is also accused of raping two other women in incidents.