About seven months ago, former Detroit Lions and Stanford cornerback Stanley Wilson II was arrested after being shot beacuse authorities said he broke into someone’s home while naked.
Then, last week, authorities in Portland, Oregon received a disturbance call and said they found Wilson “running around” naked again, and this time he appeared to be high. Oregon Live, citing court documents, said Wilson told responding officers he lived nearby, but the home address he gave them wasn’t accurate.
As a result, Wilson, 34, is back in jail, and is being held at the Multnomah County Detention Center on $160,000 bail.
During the first alleged nude break-in, Wilson was shot in the abdomen by the homeowners. He pled not guilty to charges of first-degree burglary, attempted first-degree burglary, second-degree disorderly conduct, second-degree criminal trespass and aggravated harassment.
He was released from jail following his plea, but the newspaper report said he violated several conditions of his parole, including testing positive for methamphetamine and only attending one court-ordered drug treatment session.
Wilson was a third round draft pick by the Detroit Lions in 2005. His career ended in 2007 due to injury. He played cornerback at Stanford from 2001-04.
(h/t Oregon Live)