Photo: Patrick Semansky (AP)

Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow Jr., who was arrested last week in San Diego on suspicion of burglary, has reportedly been arrested again in San Diego, and the charges this time are much more serious: they include nine different counts, among them kidnapping with intent to commit rape, and forcible rape.

Winslow was reportedly arrested at his home in Encinitas, California on Thursday. According to an NBC San Diego report, a San Diego Sheriff’s Department spokesperson said “there were multiple victims associated with the new charges but would not say how many,” and confirmed that the alleged incidents did not happen at the mobile home park in Encinitas where Winslow was alleged to have entered an unoccupied home last Thursday.

Winslow is reportedly scheduled to be arraigned Friday.