Kellen Winslow II going to prison

ThunderHorse17

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Yeah I saw something on the morning news about Winslow but didn't hear what why he was a topic of discussion.

Good on him owning up and saving the courts some tax dollars I guess.
 

Fender57

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Yeah I saw something on the morning news about Winslow but didn't hear what why he was a topic of discussion.

Good on him owning up and saving the courts some tax dollars I guess.
He was facing virtually life in prison if convicted. He knew he got lucky in the first trial.
 

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The headline scared me. Sorry about his son being nuts, but the real Kellen Winslow is not going to prison.
 
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Fender57

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“Winslow’s father Kellen Winslow Sr. — an NFL Hall of Fame tight end and San Diego Chargers icon — confronted San Diego County Deputy Prosecutor Dan Owens, telling him “Do not look over here” in the courtroom.

A bailiff then removed Winslow Sr. from the courtroom.”


 

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“Winslow’s father Kellen Winslow Sr. — an NFL Hall of Fame tight end and San Diego Chargers icon — confronted San Diego County Deputy Prosecutor Dan Owens, telling him “Do not look over here” in the courtroom.

A bailiff then removed Winslow Sr. from the courtroom.”


Did anybody snap a photo of Winslow being escorted out?

 
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Fender57

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Looks like this saga will finally end.
 

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Looks like this saga will finally end.
Raping a homeless woman. Nothing says thriving manhood like forcing yourself on the most vulnerable.

Prison... Do your thing.
 

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Can I expect a statement from the LA Chuggers on this situation?

Father was famous Charger.....nothing yet.
yeah something like "Our hearts and sympathy go out to the families of former Los Angeles Charger great Kellen Winslow and his son Kellen Winslowll, they represent everything our organization stands for, in all they do. Young Kellen raped a homeless woman, just as we raped SD, a helpless city we held hostage and backstabbed. Thank you to our wonderful fan base we know loves us, we will continue to fight for them (and with them)."
 
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Can I expect a statement from the LA Chuggers on this situation?

Father was famous Charger.....nothing yet.
First of all, I want to be clear that I find his actions to be reprehensible...

...but the LAC statement would likely read something like this:

... We're deeply saddened, and frankly disgusted, by the actions of the son of a former SAN DIEGO CHARGERS great. In LOS ANGELES the CHARGERS organization and the Spanos family is dedicated to plight of the homeless with an initiative called "Date a Homeless Woman"...My son AG is spearheading this initiative with the catchy slogan: "No. 1 advantage in dating a homeless woman?.....You can drop her off anywhere!"....
 

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Dean Spanos today issued this statement:

“Let me make this is clear....we ruined the career of Kellen Winslow,
Not his son, Kellen Winslow II. Personally, I recalling screwing Kellen in 1988. He was to me,
like a lot of other players, deserving of more but not able to overcome my inheritance to save a buck. He was by then no longer useful to the team, and my personal drive to the Super Bowl.
I was too cheap to fly with both my sons and wife. Kellen Winslow II never owed a NFL team and so I never really heard of him before this recent news. But on the bright side,
Los Angeles has a large homeless base. And to them, I say join us at SoFi stadium.
We have lots of season tickets available and I've been told, a lot of sheltered archways.
Bring your family!”


 

Fender57

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Winslow in 1988:

“Since 1984 this organization has lost a lot of community support,” he said. “The organization itself is not as involved in community affairs as it once was. That starts at the top. The owner doesn’t live here.”