Kellen Winslow II Biography, Age, Height, Networth And Charges

Kellen Winslow Ii

Kellen Winslow II Full Names Kellen Boswell Winslow II is a former American football tight end. He played college football at the University of Miami, where he earned unanimous All-American honors and was recognized as the top college tight end.HJe recently Rose to Fame Over His Sexual Offenses.

Winslow was born in San Diego, California, the son of San Diego Chargers tight end Kellen Winslow, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He attended Patrick Henry High School, in San Diego, for his freshmen and sophomore years of high school and Scripps Ranch High School for his junior and senior years.

Kellen Winslow Ii Age

Born On July 21,1983 he is 35 years of age as of 2018.The 35-year-old Winslow previously was accused of unauthorized entry into the homes of two other women in June, ages 71 and 86.

Kellen Winslow Ii Height

He Stands at A Height of 6′ 4″.He fathered a son, Jalen, with his wife Janelle.Birthday July 21 and Born on 1983.He was named an All-American during his last year at the University of Miami.

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Kellen Winslow Ii Mother

His Mother Is Katrina Ramsey And His father Kellen Boswell Winslow Sr.Kellen Boswell Winslow Sr. (born November 5, 1957) is a former American football player in the National Football League (NFL). A member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame (1995), he is widely recognized as one of the greatest tight ends in the league’s history. Winslow played his entire NFL career from 1979 to 1987 with the San Diego Chargers after being selected in the first round of the 1979 NFL Draft. He played college football for the University of Missouri, where he was a consensus All-American. He was also inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame (2002).

Winslow is the former director of athletics at Florida A&M University. He has previously held administrative roles at Central State University where he was athletic director, and the vice president for athletics and wellness at Lakeland College (Wisconsin).

Kellen Winslow Ii Career Earnings

2004 Player Cash Earnings $230,000 $6,000,000 $720,000 – – – – $6,950,000
2005 Player Cash Earnings $305,000 – – – – $4,412,500 $1,457,500 $6,175,000
2006 Player Cash Earnings $542,500 – – – $2,033,336 – $257,500 $2,833,336
2007 Player Cash Earnings $2,000,000 – – $150,000 – – – $2,150,000
2008 Player Cash Earnings $3,764,705 – – $150,000 – – – $3,914,705
2009 Player Cash Earnings $5,170,000 – – $150,000 – – – $5,320,000
2010 Player Cash Earnings $6,725,000 – – $150,000 – – – $6,875,000
2011 Player Cash Earnings $8,290,000 – – – – – – $8,290,000
2012 Player Cash Earnings $97,059 – – – – – – $97,059
2013 Player Cash Earnings $424,412

Kellen Winslow Ii Net Worth

Winslow II is an American professional football player who has a net worth of $16 million. Kellen Winslow II was born in San Diego, California in July 1983. He is a tight end who played at San Diego Scripps Ranch High School. Kellen Winslow II played his college football at Miami where he was a unanimous All-American, first-team All-Big East selection, and won the John Mackey Award in 2003.

Kellen Winslow Ii Burglary

Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. was reportedly arrested Thursday in Encinitas, California, on charges of residential burglary.According to KUSI, Winslow was confronted by a resident at the Park Encinitas Mobile Home Park who called police “because he did not recognize him as being the resident who lived there.”NBC San Diego reported Winslow was formally charged with one felony count of first-degree burglary. He has released after posting $50,000 bail.

Winslow, 34, spent 10 seasons in the NFL after he was selected sixth overall in the 2004 draft by the Cleveland Browns. Following a slow start to his career that was largely precipitated by injuries, Winslow earned a 2007 Pro Bowl nod after he tallied 82 receptions for a career-high 1,106 yards and five touchdowns.

Kellen Winslow Ii Charges

VISTA, Calif. — As a retired NFL player living in Southern California, Kellen Winslow II often liked to go outside and ride his bike around his neighborhood.

He wore cycling shoes, a cycling helmet and even owned workout clothes bearing the logo of “Strava,” a mobile fitness application that he allegedly used to publicly track his cycling routes in north San Diego County.

It was a hobby he seemed to love.

“I just signed up for Strava,” said a message associated with one of his social media accounts in 2014.

But now it might prove to be a damning part of his downfall after once living large with an estimated $40 million in earnings during his 10-year NFL career.Winslow’s own verified Strava account from last year appeared to show exactly where he was on the day that he is accused of pulling his pants down and exposing himself to a 59-year-old Vietnamese woman who lived down his street, about a half mile away.

According to those maps, the former NFL first-round draft pick was one house away from the woman’s home at the same time of the alleged incident.“Does the record show that Mr. Winslow was riding his bike on May 24th, 2018, around the time that was alleged for count 6?” Judge Blaine Bowman asked during a break in Winslow’s criminal trial here Tuesday.

“Yes, Your Honor, it shows he began the ride at 3:26 p.m., and the ride origin is just … one house away from where the victim stated this occurred,” replied Dan Owens, a San Diego County prosecutor. “And she testified it happened around 3:30.”

This piece of evidence then was shown to the jury of eight men and four women. It relates to only one of 12 criminal counts he’s facing — a single misdemeanor count of indecent exposure. But it also adds to a larger picture that could help send him to prison for the rest of his life.

In addition to indecent exposure, he’s on trial for three alleged rapes and another misdemeanor case involving lewd conduct with a 77-year-old woman. There are five alleged victims, including Jane Doe No. 3, the Vietnamese woman who testified here in court last week.

All are part of the same trial here that is expected to last well into June. Winslow, 35, has pleaded not guilty as his attorneys try to show the jury that the sex was consensual, not rape, or that the alleged victims were mistaken or pursuing him for money.

“The Strava app evidence could prove to be damning to Winslow’s defense as it relates to Jane Doe No. 3,” said David P. Shapiro, a San Diego criminal defense attorney who is not involved in the case but is monitoring it. “Although only a misdemeanor charge, it will be a challenge for the defense to isolate this evidence and keep the jury from considering it as it relates to the other four Jane Does.“

The Strava evidence is particularly damning as it relates to Jane Doe 3 because she said she did not look at the face of the man she said came up behind her that day while she was gardening in her front yard. She failed to pick Winslow out of a lineup of six photos and didn’t identify him in court last week. She described the man to police as black, with “sleeves” of tattoos on his arms, wearing a cycling uniform with a bike. She also spotted the man with a blue backpack, matching a backpack found on Winslow’s property.

Taken together, it’s either a string of coincidences matching Winslow, or it’s damning. It also follows a pattern being painted by Owens that Winslow himself left a series of incriminating clues behind that link him to these alleged crimes.One was Strava, the GPS-aided fitness tool at the middle of a dispute Tuesday in court. One of Winslow’s attorneys, Emily Bahr, asked the judge to have that evidence suppressed, saying it was hearsay and that the information couldn’t be properly authenticated.

Prosecutors “contacted Strava, and in reply the (Strava) representative (said) they were unable to locate any records related to Mr. Winslow,” Bahr said Tuesday on Day 5 of the trial. “Those records don’t exist through Strava.”

But San Diego County law enforcement authorities had gone onto Strava’s website to make photos of his routes after USA TODAY Sports reported last year that the route logged by Winslow’s Strava account showed him near the scene of the alleged crime.

Authorities also linked Winslow to Strava from e-mails they found on a computer seized at his home, according to testimony. They even served a search warrant on Strava to retrieve data.

“Strava responded that they no longer had the backup data for the information that was available online because the user had deleted his account,” Owens told the judge.

Despite protests from Bahr, the judge allowed the jury to see the evidence, which also appeared to show Winslow near the woman’s home on previous rides.

Other potentially incriminating evidence presented Tuesday came from an iPhone linked to Winslow. On Tuesday, a crime and intelligence analyst with the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department testified about data extracted from that phone, identified in court as “Kellen’s iPhone.” Text messages retrieved from that data appear to show Winslow planning to clean and sell his black Hummer H2.

The timing was key. Jane Doe 1, a hitchhiker, and Jane Doe 2, a homeless woman, testified last week that a similar vehicle was used by him to pick them up and rape them in March and May of 2018.

On June 7, San Diego law enforcement officials obtained a DNA sample from Winslow.

That same day, “Kellen’s iPhone” texted a car dealer.

“Wanna sell this Hummer,” said the text message from “Kellen’s iPhone.”

On Wednesday, Jane Doe 4 is expected to take the stand. She has accused Winslow of raping her in 2003, when he was 19 and she was 17 and unconscious at a party. Jane Doe 5 then would be the last alleged victim expected to testify. She is the 77-year-old woman Owens said was victimized in February when Winslow masturbated next to her in a hot tub.

He has been incarcerated here since March but attends the trial each day dressed in glasses and a suit, seated in front of his father, a Pro Football Hall of Famer who played for the San Diego Chargers.

Kellen Winslow News

VISTA, Calif. — As she scrolled through her Snapchat feed on her phone last June, Jane Doe No. 4 stumbled across some news that left her trembling.

It was a San Diego Union-Tribune story about the arraignment of Kellen Winslow II on multiple rape charges.

For Doe, seeing that article brought back a flood of ghastly memories. It was Winslow who she alleges raped her after a 2003 house party in the San Diego suburbs when she was 17 and he was 19.

At the time of that incident, Doe attests she lacked the courage to tell police what happened to her. She was a high school senior drinking under age and Winslow was a heralded football prospect and the son of one of the most revered players in San Diego Chargers history.

“I didn’t think anyone would believe what I had to say,” Doe testified Wednesday. “Why would anyone believe some girl that got drunk when his father is this well-known man who is in the Hall of Fame?”

Jane Doe No. 4’s inspiration to speak after 15 years

Now a 33-year-old wife of a U.S. Marine and mother of two, Doe insists she felt much differently when she learned of the other allegations against Winslow. Within days, she contacted the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department because she believed it was her duty to set a good example for her daughters and to keep Winslow off the street.

“It was my kids,” she said. “I look at two innocent girls and I never would want them to feel like they didn’t have a voice. I want them to know that it’s OK to say no, that it’s OK to speak up and to tell their truths.”

Day 1: Defense says sex immoral, but not against the law

Day 2: Prosecution witness caught in web of lies

Day 3: Jane Doe 2 refuses to ‘look at my rapist’

Day 4: ‘Apparently we have a pervert living in the neighborhood’

Day 5:Kellen Winslow Sr. stands by his son

Doe’s change of heart is a huge boost to the prosecution in its efforts to build a convincing case against Winslow. The former NFL tight end faces life in prison if convicted of the alleged 2003 rape of Jane Doe No. 4 and last year’s alleged rapes of a 55-year-old hitchhiker and a 59-year-old homeless woman.

Whereas Winslow’s high-priced defense attorneys succeeded in poking holes in the story his first accuser told, they were less successful in their attempts to chip away at Jane Doe No. 4’s credibility. Eyes red, cheeks tear-stained yet voice resolute, she described waking up from a drunken fog to find Winslow penetrating her from behind while pushing her face into another man’s penis.

“She appears to be a fairly strong witness for the prosecution,” said Philip Holloway, a legal analyst and criminal attorney with the Georgia-based Holloway Law Group. “She also told people consistently over the years what happened to her including her close friend right after it is alleged to have occurred. That adds to her credibility and takes away from the defense that her claims are a recent fabrication.”

2 house parties, 2 encounters with Winslow

Jane Doe No. 4 testified Wednesday that she met her alleged rapist in June 2003 at a house party in the affluent Scripps Ranch area of San Diego. They chatted and flirted for awhile, the conversation going smoothly enough that she agreed to follow him and his friends to a second house party and then join him in an upstairs bedroom alone.

As Doe and Winslow were “kissing and touching and starting to have sex,” they were allegedly interrupted by the sound of the bedroom door opening. A friend of Winslow’s identified only as “Matt” entered the room and closed the door behind him.

“He’s going to watch,” Doe recalled Winslow telling her.

“I’m not OK with that,” Doe responded.

After Matt left the room, Doe put her clothes back on, walked downstairs and asked a close friend to drive her home. Winslow made no effort to try to stop her aside from allegedly pleading, “Aren’t you going to let me finish?”

The next time Doe recalls having contact with Winslow, she says she ran into him and his friends as she and her friend were leaving another house party two weeks later. They drove in two cars to a nearby gas station, where Doe got into Winslow’s black SUV with him and Matt with the expectation that they would go to another house party.

Having poured herself “two or three” beers from the keg at the previous house party, Doe said she felt “buzzed” during the drive. She testified that she seldom drank more than three beers in one night at the time because at 5-foot-2, 92 pounds, she tended to feel the effects of alcohol rapidly.