New England Patriots practice squad player J.J. Worton was arrested for assaulting two women and one guy over the weekend.
According to reports, the rookie groped the two women before knocking out the man. Cops charged the rookie with two counts of indecent assault and battery and one count of assault and battery.
The assault is said to have occurred at a bar a few miles away from Gillette Stadium, just hours before the Patriots’ 20–18 loss to the Denver Broncos in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday.
After police pulled over the car Worton was in, Worton told them he “accidentally” touched the women then punched the man in self defense.
The former UCF Knight wide receiver was signed to New England’s practice squad on Jan. 11, after being on the Rams’ practice squad earlier this season.
This isn’t the first time Worton made headlines with a bust. Back in 2012 while playing for the UCF Knights in Orlando, he was arrested after he punched a cop. The mugshot in this article is from that incident in Orlando.