Former Lions’ Stanley Wilson Jr. Arrested For Allegedly Breaking Into A Home In Hollywood Hills
Former Lions cornerback Stanley Wilson Jr. has reportedly been arrested for breaking into a home. Wilson allegedly broke into a $30 million home in Hollywood Hills on two separate occasions. The most recent is reported to have happened on August 24th, when Wilson was moving and damaging items, according to police. Wilson is accused of taking a bath in the outside fountain with soap that he allegedly found from inside the home, and causing $5,000 in property damage during his second alleged break-in.
Wilson was arrested both times by the Los Angeles Police Department, and was charged with two felony counts of vandalism and one count of second-degree burglary. This is not Wilson’s first time being in trouble with the law. The former 3rd-round pick was arrested in both 2016 and 2017, also for allegedly breaking into other people’s homes.
In June of 2016, Wilson was reportedly shot in the abdomen during an alleged attempt to break into a home in Southwest Portland while naked. On top of being sentenced to 10 days in jail for the incident, Wilson was also reportedly placed under three-years probation, had to complete mandatory drug treatment, pay restitution for damages done to the home, and write an apology letter.
2017 was no better for Wilson. Not only was the former cornerback arrested in January for allegedly walking around a neighborhood naked, but he was also arrested in February for allegedly breaking into yet another home while naked. Wilson was drafted by the Detroit Lions in 2005, and only played two seasons before suffering a career ending Achilles injury in 2008. Wilson logged 89 total tackles, 8 pass break-ups, and 1 force fumble in his short career.
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